Sally Rosado, 37 of Long Branch allegedly entered a Clinton Court home after allegedly fleeing the scene of a Kohl's after shoplifting in April.
According to police, after allegedly running from Kohl's following a shoplifting incident, Rosado's initial stop was on Hawthorn Avenue where she was denied entrance by the owner. When Rosado allegedly entered the Clinton Court home, she was confronted by the homeowner and again fled on foot.
Police said Rosado was arrested on Route 35 at the Exxon station by Holmdel Patrolman Michael Moore.
Rosado allegedly stole over $200 worth of merchandise from Kohl's, a fourth degree crime.Upon arrest, Holmdel Police allegedly found what appeared to be two bags of cocaine in Rosado's possession as well as a spoon, glass pipe and eight hypodermic needles.
Rosado was indicted on charges of shoplifting, attempted burglary, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and obstructing the administration of the law.