Man Charged With Stealing $1,500 Worth of Tools From Camden County College

John Rohlfing Jr., 30, was charged with burglary, theft, criminal trespass and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Camden County College Blackwood Campus (Photo provided by Gloucester Township Police)
Camden County College Blackwood Campus (Photo provided by Gloucester Township Police)
A Blackwood man was charged with stealing $1,500 worth of tools from a maintenance truck at Camden County College, Blackwood Campus on Sunday, Gloucester Township Police announced Sunday night.

John Rohlfing Jr., 30, was charged with burglary, theft, criminal trespass and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

The police department received a phone call just before 5:30 Sunday morning from a public safety officer at the college who reported a suspicious subject was observed operating a motorcycle throughout the campus.

The public safety officer provided a registration number. Police were then able to ascertain that a tool bag containing $1,500 worth of tools was stolen from a maintenance truck belonging to the college.

Rohlfing was located at his apartment at the Autumn Ridge Apartment complex. He was interviewed and connected to the burglary. All stolen items were returned to the college.

He was remanded to the Camden County Jail in default of $30,000 bail.

John March 24, 2014 at 08:50 AM
KC those savages got a free ride while YOU paid. My point being, it's the honest guy (like you) who pays for the free stuff.
John March 24, 2014 at 09:26 AM
Brian- no Obama Kool aid here bro . I call it like I see it and tell it like it is. As I'm trying to explain , students with a 5th grade reading Level going going to CCC for free while K. C pays is flat out wrong. Taxes and more taxes presented as "fees" are over the top. It's why businesses pull out. It's why consumer confidence is down. It's why people don't invest. I've been through this since The Peanut Man was president . Go ahead and Google who he was. To much free stuff is not good for any economy. Especially when you keep raising the debt ceiling.
Mel Sharples March 24, 2014 at 10:33 AM
If you went to a private school for 4 years you'd be in for $200k or more. And there are plenty of mediocre institutions charging that amount. So hopefully that makes you feel better. And I have no issue with charging those who ACTUALLY use the service for the service(s) rendered. CC is a great tool for reducing overall college costs, but the key is to transfer in after 2 years so you can apply the max amount of credits. Is that still an option for you? This isn't the 60's or 70's when tuition was cheap. It was so easy back then.
Mel Sharples March 24, 2014 at 10:35 AM
Sorry, transfer "out" to a school with more prestige. Because, at these prices, you are paying for the connections and networking the school provides. The education is, in and of itself, about the same no matter where you go unless you have a specialized major.
Joe Harrington March 24, 2014 at 09:28 PM
Regardless of it's shortcomings, it's certainly a great place for sitting freeloaders who need good-payin' gigs, as well as county retirees who get bored simply collecting their $70,000+ pensions. Pols in Burlco have to quit one job before suckin' up another "invented one" that pay unheard of amounts.


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