New Jersey man accused of stealing nearly $10,000 worth of lottery tickets in Franklin Township

Authorities say Joseph Holman stole $9,300 worth of lottery tickets and later validated them.

Lanette Espy

Apr 17, 2024, 1:18 PM

Updated 39 days ago

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A Willingboro man stole thousands of dollars in lottery tickets at a convenience store in Franklin Township, Somerset County prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
Joseph Holman, 41, is accused of breaking into a store on Easton Avenue on March 14 by smashing the glass door. Authorities say Holman stole $9,300 worth of lottery tickets and later validated them.
Holman faces multiple burglary charges and is being held at the Middlesex County Correctional Center on unrelated charges stemming from Middlesex County. Authorities say Holman will remain lodged pending a detention hearing in this matter.
Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to contact the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Burglary Unit at 908-231-7100 or the Franklin Township Police Department at 732-873-5533.


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