BRICK – The Street Crimes Unit released a list of arrests they had made over the course of a week that included people dealing crack and heroin. The following is a summary of the police reports involving these arrests:
At around midnight on May 21, detectives spotted a driver acting suspiciously and making motor vehicle violations. They pulled over Anthony Alexander, 26, of Waretown. They said they found heroin and paraphernalia in his possession.
On May 24, detectives said they saw two known subjects leaving Walmart’s parking lot, knowing one of them had an outstanding warrant. They called for a patrol vehicle to pull them over after watching the vehicle go through a red light.
A K-9 unit indicated there was drug material in the vehicle, and when it was searched, they found wax folds used to package heroin.
Devin Gadson Jr., 30, of Lakewood, and Karon Reid, 32, of Brick, were placed under arrest and charged with possession of heroin and paraphernalia. Gadson Jr., the driver, was also charged with possession of a CDS in a motor vehicle, contempt of court, and a motor vehicle violation.
On May 26, detectives watched an alleged drug deal in the Walmart parking lot. Charles Crane, 66, of Point Pleasant, was charged with possession of heroin. Jacquelin Kelly, 42, of Brick, was charged with possession and distribution of heroin.
On June 1, detectives pulled over a vehicle that was swerving, coming close to causing collisions. Dawn Lamb, 56, of Lakewood, was charged with DWI, among several other related motor vehicle offenses.
On June 8, the detectives saw three people in a vehicle acting suspiciously in the Walmart parking lot. With help of a K-9, the officers found methamphetamine, syringes, other paraphernalia and methadone.
Debra Deitrich, 49, of Turnersville, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, paraphernalia, possession of a CDS in a motor vehicle, and motor vehicle violations. James Forson Jr., 46, of Pennsville, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, Subutex, paraphernalia, and being under the influence. Jason Deitrich, 46, of Turnersville, was charged with possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia, and with being under the influence of a CDS.
Also on June 8, detectives pulled over a vehicle for traffic violations. With the K-9 officer, they found crack inside. Terry Ravonn, 34, of South Toms River, was charged with possession of crack and paraphernalia.
On June 9, detectives went to the home of Thomas Girone, 33, of Brick because he had active warrants. Girone was in his garage but did not want to leave at first. Police said they saw drug paraphernalia in plain view, so they began a search. They recovered crack, crack pipes, more than 100 folds of heroin, syringes, a digital scale, stamp kits, and hundreds of empty wax folds, all indicating an operation of packaging and distribution. He was charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of crack, possession of heroin, possession of paraphernalia, unlawful disposition of a CDS, being under the influence of a CDS, obstruction of justice, and he was cited with the four active warrants for his arrest.
In each of the above cases, the suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.