NEW JERSEY (OCN) — When you break into a home, make sure there isn’t a camera watching you, learns Kevin McBain. McBain, 26, wanted to get some extra cash to have East Orange Police Department release his 1986 Honda Civic Hatchback from the impound. Police had impounded his Civic for outstanding parking violations and Mcbain and now both McBain and car are sitting in creature comforts with the Police Department.
“I can’t believe he did it. He’s such an idiot” says Mcbains girlfriend, Janet Lyndo. “I have no idea why I’m still with him.” Lyndo has not been charged in the theft as she and let him in the previous day where he had the chance to leave a window unlocked.
The Cobb’s would still like her to work for them but Lyndo has decided to quit as she feels terrible that McBain was able to use his knowledge and access of the home and the Cobb’s schedule to break into the home. “It’s also going to be hard for me to work there too knowing there is a camera looking at me.” say Lyndo. “I know it’s their home but it doesn’t feel right to me.”
The Cobb’s, who were without an alarm ststem, has contacted Engineered Security Systems in Towaco, NJ to have their home properly protected. ESS, which has been around since 1971 and has been helping to protect and give peace of mind.