The Brick Township Police Division’s Avenue Crimes Unit is constant its crackdown on crime with three investigations just lately accomplished with a number of fees having been filed.
The primary incident, which occurred Aug. 26, started when SCU detectives acknowledged a topic recognized to them as Jason Feliciano, 34, of Brick, allegedly working a car with a suspended driver’s license. After stopping the car, an investigation revealed that Feliciano had an excellent warrant for his arrest. He additionally was discovered to be in possession of a prescription bottle crammed with urine, suspected for use for urine exams to find out drug use, police mentioned in an announcement.
Through the course of the cease, one other resident recognized to SCU detectives, recognized as Clifton Tancemore, 38, of Brick, approached the officers, in response to the assertion. Tancemore additionally had excellent warrants for his arrest, and when the officers tried to put him below arrest, he’s accused of getting resisted.
Feliciano was charged with contempt of courtroom, possession of a tool used to defraud administration of a drug take a look at, and driving whereas suspended. He was lodged in Ocean County Jail.
Tancemore was charged with contempt of courtroom and resisting arrest. He was launched on a summons.
Within the second incident, which occurred Sept. 7, resulted in a drunk driving cost. Officers, at about 2:30 a.m., stopped a car they witnessed touring within the reverse lane of journey. The driving force, Coffii Assogbahou, 42, of Hamilton, was arrested for DWI and different motorized vehicle offenses.
Lastly, on Sept. 8, SCU detectives witnessed a hand-to-hand transaction within the car parking zone of Walmart on Rout 88, the assertion mentioned. One other detective within the space stopped the suspect’s car, and earlier than coming to a cease the passenger threw a small black bag and a glass pipe out of the window, police mentioned. The bag was recovered and was discovered to comprise an undisclosed amount of cocaine and heroin packaged for resale.
A considerable amount of groceries have been within the car as nicely, and detectives positioned an EBT card belonging to a deceased particular person from Wall Township that the suspects used to buy the groceries. A search of the passenger yielded a knife, in response to police.
The driving force, Michael Havekost, 51, of Wall, was charged with possession of a managed harmful substance (CDS) with intent to distribute, 4 counts of straightforward possession, possession of paraphernalia, and fraudulent use of a bank card. Havekost was lodged within the Ocean County Jail.
The passenger, Nelson Rodriguez, 45, of Toms River, was charged with possession of a managed harmful substance (CDS) with intent to distribute, 4 counts of straightforward possession, possession of paraphernalia, and fraudulent use of a bank card. Rodriguez was lodged within the Ocean County Jail.