UPDATE: Police ID Alleged Glendora Burglars

Police release the names of three men charged in Huntington Avenue home burglary that caused scene around Glendora Elementary School Wednesday.

Police have released the names of three men charged with burglarizing a home on Huntington Avenue in Glendora on Wednesday.

The three men charged in the Huntington Avenue burglary are Hilltop residents Daniel Rollick, 21, and Matthew Rollick, 18, and Philadelphia resident Domenic Romano, 21, Gloucester Township Police Capt. Jeff Weiserth announced this evening.

Daniel Rollick and Romano are charged with conspiracy to commit burglary. Both were released on their own recognizance.

Matthew Rollick was charged with conspiracy to commit burglary and loitering to commit a controlled dangerous substance offense. He was lodged in Camden County Jail on an outstanding warrant.

Daniel and Matthew Rollick are brothers, police said.

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article indicated the three men—Daniel Rollick, Matthew Rollick and Domenic Romano—were arrested on Station Avenue, in Glendora. They were not the suspects police detained on Station Avenue Wednesday in connection with the investigation.

Check back with Gloucester Township Patch Friday morning for more on the arrests of these three men.

gt citizen December 14, 2012 at 01:05 AM
I think you need to check your info out. Those 3 men were not taken into custody on Station Avenue yesterday and had nothing to do with Glendora school being on Lock Down. Very disappointed in the shabby reporting.
Sean McCullen (Editor) December 14, 2012 at 01:53 AM
We're looking into whether the three were actually apprehended on Station Avenue. But the burglary for which they have been charged with committing is absolutely the reason for the police activity on the 100 block of Station Avenue Wednesday afternoon. We also know there were suspects taken into custody on Station Avenue in connection with that burglary investigation. We'll update on whether the people detained on Station Ave. were these three men.
Sean McCullen (Editor) December 14, 2012 at 02:05 AM
Thanks for the heads up. Sorry to disappoint. We aim to please.


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