Man confesses robbing Bon Jovi’s New Jersey shore home

A man from the New Jersey, who was judged guilty, will face five years of imprisonment as a consequence. He was reportedly burglarizing homes in the Jersey shore that includes the New Jersey shore home of the famous rocker Jon Bon Jovi.

The suspect was identified as Nicholas Tracy of Beachwood. He beseeched guilty last Tuesday to three counts of burglary and theft from a spree that obtained him in excess of $300,000 worth of personal items from the homes as well as the jewelries.

The robbing incident happened last 2011 specifically in the months of March and April along the road of Middletown Township, the place where the rocker Bon Jovi resides.

According to the police, some of the stolen belongings of the residents were recovered.

The suspect will be charged of five years of imprisonment in the next month under the terms of a plea deal.

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