There had been suspicious and, because it seems inauspicious and criminal activity, occurring at a house on Homestead Drive in Brick Township.
That is what neighbors and close by residents had been telling Brick Police and it ignited an investigation wanting into the claims, stories of one thing nefarious happening in that residence, belonging to the Russo household, with the kind of foot visitors particularly.
Brick Police mentioned that their Road Crimes Unit Detectives pulled over a car on July 18, round 7:30 pm, associated to their ongoing investigation and located the driving force, 43-year-old Ricardo Calderon of Elizabeth in possession of roughly 100 suspected Fentanyl drugs, roughly 9 grams of cocaine, and greater than 100 wax folds containing heroin in his car together with a big however undisclosed amount of money.
Then, police went and located 67-year-old Frank Russo Jr. and 38-year-old Matthew Russo and positioned them below arrest as effectively.
Brick Police charged Calderon with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, fentanyl drugs and heroin, possession of cocaine, heroin and fentanyl, and possession of paraphernalia — all on a warrant — and he was then delivered to the Ocean County Jail.
Frank Russo Jr. was charged with distribution of cocaine, possession of cocaine and paraphernalia, obstruction of justice and disorderly conduct whereas Matthew Russo was charged with obstruction of justice and disorderly conduct.
Brick Township Police issued a press release on the arrests and investigation.
“Chief Riccio wish to commend the diligent work of the Road Crimes Unit and thank the involved residents for changing into concerned and serving to us to determine an issue family which allowed us to deliver this investigation to a profitable conclusion. Residents are at all times inspired to report suspicious exercise or any habits that disrupts the standard of lifetime of our group.”