GTPD Media Release: Body Cavity Search Yields Significant Quantity of Heroin Heroin Dealer and Three Buyers Arrested

On 10/30/2014, The Gloucester Township Police Department Operations Response Unit was conducting enhanced criminal patrol operations in the area of Revere Run/Loch Lomond Dr. due to reports of increased criminal activity in this area, specifically the dealing of heroin and oxycdone. Patrol officers were in the area of Wawa 2700 Sicklerville Road, Gloucester Township. Officers observed suspicious activity in the parking lot of Wawa consistent with a drug transaction.

Two vehicles were stopped leaving the area of the Wawa parking lot. The first vehicle, a Mazda occupied by three males was stopped in the area of the Wawa. Officers observed a bag of heroin on the driver’s side floor of the vehicle. A voluntary consent search of the vehicle was conducted. Heroin, clonazepam pills, and hypodermic syringes were located inside the vehicle. Driver, Jonathan Ryan of Washington Township, passengers Charles Yates of Washington Township and Earl Shone of Clementon were arrested for Possession of CDS/Syringes.

The driver of the second vehicle, Anthony Adams of Atco, was stopped in the area of Wilson Avenue, Washington Township. Adams had just met with an occupant of above vehicle. A voluntary consent search was conducted and officers located a hypodermic syringe. The passenger, Tyeisha Jackson of Winslow Township and Adams were arrested for possession of a hypodermic needle and transported to police headquarters.
Officers observed Adams consistently reaching in the rear of his pants while in the patrol unit. A search warrant for a body cavity search was obtained, which was conducted at a local hospital, later revealed that Adams was hiding a significant amount of heroin in his body. Several bundles of heroin were recovered from the search warrant.

The arrest of these individuals is another example of the continued enhanced criminal enforcement campaigns targeting those who illegally distribute narcotics in Gloucester Township. The Gloucester Township Police Department will continue to aggressively attack the sale and abuse of this highly addictive drug in our community. Drug dealers that distribute narcotics in Gloucester Township will continue to be aggressively pursued and arrested.

Arrest #1: Anthony Adams 6/24/1985 29 YOA
100 block of Apple St.
Atco, NJ 08004
Charges: Distribution of CDS (2nd degree), Possession of CDS (3rd degree), and Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe (disorderly persons). He was remanded to the Camden County Correctional Facility in default of $100,000.00 full cash bail.

Arrest #2: Tyeisha Jackson 10/29/1982 32 YOA
Unit block of Villanova Ct.
Winslow Township, NJ 08081
Charges: Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe (disorderly persons)

Arrest #3: Jonathan Ryan 6/21/88 26 YOA
500 block of Quincy Dr.
Washington Township, NJ 08012
Charges: Possession of CDS (3rd degree) and Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe (disorderly persons)

Arrest #4: Charles Yates 8/4/1985 29 YOA
600 block of Jefferson Dr.
Washington Township, NJ 08012
Charges: Possession of CDS (3rd degree) and Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe (disorderly persons)

Arrest #5: Earl Shone 7/17/1988 26 YOA
Unit block of Birch Ave.
Clementon, NJ 08021
Charges: Possession of CDS (3rd degree) and Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe (disorderly persons)

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Gloucester Township Police Crime Stoppers: Theft of Display Phone AT&T Store, Berlin Cross Keys Road 10-7-2014:

This GTPD Crime Stoppers VIDEO can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/pIrFTv4eafU

Suspect seen in the video and photos removed and concealed a $500 Samsung Galaxy S5 display phone, left the store and fled the area in an unknown vehicle.

If you have any information or can identify the suspects in the video or photos, please call our GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560. To send an Anonymous Tip via Text Message to Gloucester Township Police, text the keyword TIP GLOTWPPD and your tip message to 888777 . You may also click here to access our Anonymous Web Tip page: https://local.nixle.com/tip/alert/5170177

Our Anonymous Tip systems are NOT monitored 24/7. All incidents in Gloucester Township requiring IMMEDIATE police assistance must be called into GTPD at 856-228-4500. If you have an EMERGENCY or are witnessing a CRIME IN PROGRESS, CALL 911.

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GTPD Community Advisory: Curfew Is at 7 PM on October 29th and 30th and 8:30 PM on October 31st

The Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Bureau wants to remind residents that curfew will be earlier on October 29, October 30th and October 31st  due to Halloween.

Curfew will be 7:00 PM on October 29th and 30th and 8:30 PM on October 31st for any one under the age of 18 that is not accompanied by a parent, guardian or other adult person having custody, care or control of the juvenile.

 Mischief Night Safety Tips:

1.      Park your car in the garage and secure the vehicle and garage door.
2.      Leave your house lights on, especially exterior lights.
3.      Stay home on mischief night.
4.      Lock up your valuables.
5.      Put away children’s yard toys, they could be stolen or damaged.
6.      Lock your car doors.

Please report any suspicious activity to the Gloucester Township Police Department by calling 228-4500 or if its an emergency, 911.   If reporting suspicious activity please be as descriptive as possible.  The description of the subject, location or direction of travel and tag on a motor vehicle is extremely helpful.  Please do not put yourself in any danger.

If you have any questions you may contact the Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Bureau, Ptl. Jenn McLaughlin at jmclaughlin@gtpolice.com or by calling 856-228-4011.

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The Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Bureau is promoting a safe 2014 Halloween.

The following guidelines are provided by the FDA, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

  1. Wear costumes made of fire-retardant materials; look for “flame resistant” on the label. If you make your costume, use flame-resistant fabrics such as polyester or nylon.
  2. Wear bright, reflective costumes or add strips of reflective tape so you’ll be more visible; make sure the costumes aren’t so long that you’re in danger of tripping.
  3. Wear makeup and hats rather than masks that can obscure your vision.
  4. Test the makeup you plan to use by putting a small amount on the arm of the person who will be wearing it a couple of days in advance. If a rash, redness, swelling, or other signs of irritation develop where the makeup was applied, that’s a sign of a possible allergy.
  5. Check FDA’s list of color additives to see if makeup additives are FDA approved. If they aren’t approved for their intended use, don’t use it.
  6. Don’t wear decorative contact lenses unless you have seen an eye care professional and gotten a proper lens fitting and instructions for using the lenses.

Safe Treats

Eating sweet treats is also a big part of the fun on Halloween. If you’re trick-or-treating, health and safety experts say you should remember these tips:

  1. Don’t eat candy until it has been inspected at home.
  2. Trick-or-treaters should eat a snack before heading out, so they won’t be tempted to nibble on treats that haven’t been inspected.
  3. Tell children not to accept—or eat—anything that isn’t commercially wrapped.
  4. Parents of very young children should remove any choking hazards such as gum, peanuts, hard candies, or small toys.
  5. Inspect commercially wrapped treats for signs of tampering, such as an unusual appearance or discoloration, tiny pinholes, or tears in wrappers. Throw away anything that looks suspicious.

If you have any questions you may contact the Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Bureau, Ptl. Jenn McLaughlin at jmclaughlin@gtpolice.com or by calling 856-228-4011. If you need immediate assistance you may call 856-228-4500 or 9-1-1 for an emergency.

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