Former employee charged with Johnston pub break-ins arrested again

Daniel Morrow (Photo courtesy of Johnston Police Department)

A Coventry man charged in connection with a string of break-ins at the pub where he used to work was arrested again Friday.

West Greenwich Police say Daniel Morrow, 29, of Coventry, was charged with breaking and entering into Herbal Healing, a business located on Nooseneck Hill Road.

Earlier this month, Johnston Police charged Morrow, a former employee of the Clubhouse Pub in Johnston, in connection with three break-ins at the pub.

Maj. Frank Levesque said 29-year-old Daniel Morrow, of Coventry, was arrested at an apartment complex in Cranston at about 11 p.m. August 4.

Levesque said the pub was broken into on July 22 and more recently August 2 and August 4.

According to Levesque, Morrow was fired by the pub on July 18 after being accused of stealing food and alcohol. Surveillance video and forensic evidence linked Morrow to the break-ins.

Eric Maluk, one of the owners of the pub told NBC 10 they were fed up with the break-ins.

"It's tiring at this point, spending too many hours fixing things," he said. "Just want it to end and the person to be caught."

Morrow is scheduled to be arraigned in Kent County District Court.