Man charged with Bon Jovi burglary arrested again

Jon Bon Jovi performs during the "Stand Up For a Cure Concert Series" at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, Feb. 12, 2008. Bon Jovi's concert in Central Park this Saturday is free. But that isn't stopping some scalpers from selling tickets for as much as $1,500 _ despite a warning they cannot be resold. ((AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams))

October 27, 2011 8:38:45 AM PDT
A man charged in April with burglarizing the New Jersey home of Jon Bon Jovi and three of the rocker's neighbors has once again been arrested for stealing.

Authorities tell the Asbury Park Press of Neptune ( ) that 21-year-old Nicholas Tracy of Beachwood was arrested Wednesday and charged with stealing from a home in Toms River.

Authorities were called to the Toms River home by its owner, who was home at the time and confronted the suspect, who fled. Police caught up with Tracy, who matched the description, riding a bicycle in the area.

Authorities say Tracy made off with more than $500,000 in jewelry from the April heists, including $100,000 in jewelry belonging to Bon Jovi's wife.

Tracy is being held on $15,000 bail. Jail officials didn't know if he had an attorney.

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