Suspect at center of Woodbury SWAT response identified
WOODBURY, N.J. - August 22, 2013 (WPVI) -- Police have identified the man at the center of a police and SWAT response in Woodbury, New Jersey on Thursday.
That man, 33-year-old Raheem Holland, was being sought at an acquaintance's house in the 400 block of Morris Street.
Police arrived at the home around 7:30 a.m. and verbally ordered Holland to come out.
When Holland failed to appear, officers called for the SWAT team.
Officers made entry to the home a few hours later and discovered Holland wasn't there.
However he was found, and arrested, a short time later at a nearby Acme store.
Police say Holland was wanted for failure to appear in court on burglary charges.
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