Residents Report Money Stolen From Their Rooms In Assisted Living Complex

Lacey Township police are investigating three separate thefts from the
Spring Oak Assisted Living facility in Lanoka Harbor, Police Chief David A. Paprota said.

Officer Anthony Sarno responded to the facility at 601 Route 9 North on April 15. Three residents of the building reported that money was stolen from their rooms on April 1, the chief said.

The total amount of cash taken is estimated at $1,400, Paprota said.

Brandy the Dog April 23, 2014 at 12:00 PM
april fools ...
Sharon Neander Bezak April 23, 2014 at 01:30 PM
Listen, I say this over and over again, these places hire people at 8.00 an hour, you are gonna get the lowest form. You get what you pay for. I am not surprised. Just saying....
Mama April 23, 2014 at 04:21 PM
Why does the resident need money if their in an assisted living facility? Most facilities have an account in their name and the money is locked in a safe for purchasing cigarettes or getting their hair done, etc. The resident doesn't even touch the money. Can't understand why they would have money in their room.
Brandy the Dog April 23, 2014 at 06:49 PM
never hide money in diaper pail...
Linny April 24, 2014 at 08:51 AM
THe reason that these people have money in assistant living is because it gives them a sense of independence.. they feel that they need to believe that this is theres and no one elses. Many of these residents have family that wouldn*t take them in and could care less.. but for the people who work there to steal from them is just horrible and they are the lowest of the low .. hope it happens to someone in your family soon and lets see how you feel .. You LOWLIFE Piece of TRASH..


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