Byram Man Charged in Theft from NJ Fish & Wildlife Garage to Stay Detained

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A Byram man that was charged for breaking into and stealing from a New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife garage in Sandyston will remain in the county jail. According to the New Jersey Herald, Steven Kristiansen was arrested on May 27 and is facing charges that include third-degree burglary and third-degree theft.

A police officer with the Division of Fish and Wildlife allegedly caught Kristiansen leaving the garage and during a search found a chainsaw blade in his pocket. The officer also found a black duffle bag containing a crowbar and bolt cutters in the garage.

The 40-year-old was reportedly released on parole from state prison on multiple theft and burglary charges in February.

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