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Hazlet Man Indicted On Charges He Burglarized Chinese Restaurant

Jury says he should stand trial on charges.

The Jing Chuan restaurant in Hazlet was reportedly burglarized on Sept. 1, 2013.
The Jing Chuan restaurant in Hazlet was reportedly burglarized on Sept. 1, 2013.
A grand jury in Freehold voted Wednesday to indict Robert Vecchiarello, 56, of Gregory Street on charges he broke into the Jing Chuan restaurant in Airport Plaza in Hazlet on September 1 and took $200. 

If convicted, Vecchiarello could face up to 5-10 years on the theft charge. 

The decision by the grand jury is merely a formal charge, not a conviction. A defendant is considered innocent until proven guilty in court. 

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