A Forked River man who may have been up to doing some yard-work was not up to paying for items at the Lacey Home Depot.
Lacey Police arrested Christopher Cox for leaving the Home Depot on Tuesday morning with more than 35-hundred dollars worth of store items and neglecting to pay for them.
Officers learned that there were several shoplifters.
Upon their arrival, they located an adult male who provided name information as Christopher Miller.
Officers were able to identify the suspect as Christopher Cox, 29, of Forked River.
Cox was arrested for attempting to leave to store with items valued at $3,576 and was charged with Shoplifting and Providing False Information.
Two outstanding criminal warrants issued by the Toms River and Seaside Heights Municipal Courts were also discovered.
Cox was transferred to the Ocean County Correctional Facility.
The second male has not been apprehended.
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