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Narcotics Investigation Results In The Arrest of 7 Suspects and Seizure of Heroin, Cocaine, Pills, Cash and Handguns

Ocean County Prosecutor Marlene Lynch Ford announced today the culmination of another investigation into drug activity in the Ocean County area.

​ On February 8, 2013 Detectives from the Prosecutor’s Special Operations Group along with members of the Lakewood Township Police Department and the Brick Township Police Department obtained and executed search warrants for residences on Jeffrey Street Lakewood NJ and Marshall Street, Lakewood NJ. Police also executed search warrants on two vehicles, specifically, a 2006 Gray Hyundai Sonata and a 2003 silver Mercury sedan. The aforementioned residences and vehicles were identified as being utilized to facilitate this drug distribution operation. As a result of the search warrants police seized a quantity of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and pills. Police also seized approximately $1000 in cash. Police also recovered two handguns specifically a loaded Beretta .380 caliber semi- automatic pistol and a Davis Industries .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol. The .380 caliber Davis Industries handgun had also been defaced in an attempt to avoid identification by law enforcement. Also seized as a result of the search warrants were materials associated with the packaging and distribution of CDS.

The following individual(s) were arrested and charged as a result of the search warrant executed on Jeffrey Street, Lakewood NJ:

Raheem Montgomery age 19 of Jeffrey Street, Lakewood NJ. Mr. Montgomery was charged with possession of possession of CDS (Xanax Pills), possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest. The Honorable Superior Court Judge James Blaney JSC. set bail for Mr. Montgomery at $20,000 no ten percent.

Xavier Nieves age 19 of Santa Cruz Road, Tuckerton NJ. Mr. Nieves was charged with possession of cocaine under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a loaded defaced firearm specifically a .380 caliber Davis Industries semi automatic handgun. The Honorable Superior Court Judge James Blaney JSC. set bail for Mr. Nieves at $50,000 no ten percent.

Yajira Gomez age 37 of Jeffrey Street, Lakewood NJ. Ms. Gomez was charged with possession of CDS (Oxycodone) and possession of CDS (Oxycodone) with intent to distribute. Ms. Gomez was released on a summons.

The following individual(s) were arrested and charged as a result of the search warrant executed on Marshall Street, Lakewood NJ Street:

Terrence Tenner age 23 of Marshall Street, Lakewood NJ. Mr. Terrence Tenner was charged with possession of cocaine under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of heroin, possession of synthetic marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a loaded firearm specifically a .380 caliber Beretta semi automatic handgun during the commission of a CDS offense. The Honorable Superior Court Judge James Blaney JSC. set bail for Mr. Terrence Tenner at $100,000 no ten percent.

Mathew Tenner age 25 of Marshall Street, Lakewood NJ. Mr. Mathew Tenner was charged with possession of cocaine under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of heroin, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The Honorable Superior Court Judge James Blaney JSC. set bail for Mr. Mathew Tenner at $75,000 no ten percent.

Taneeka Myers age 21 of Deauville Avenue, South Toms River NJ. Ms. Myers was charged with possession of cocaine under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of heroin, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ms. Myers was released on a summons.

Karen Gorman age 22 of Darien Road, Howell NJ. Ms. Gorman was charged with possession of cocaine under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin under one half ounce with intent to distribute, possession of heroin, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ms. Gorman was released on a summons.

Assisting in the investigation as well as the execution of the search warrants were members of the Lakewood Township Police Street Crimes Unit, the Lakewood Township Police ESU Team, the Brick Township Police ESU team and the Ocean County Sheriffs Department K-9 Unit. TLS.


There are 13 Comments to "Narcotics Investigation Results In The Arrest of 7 Suspects and Seizure of Heroin, Cocaine, Pills, Cash and Handguns"

  • Oh says:

    What does”no 10 percent” mean?

  • Unanimous says:

    Many of the near 100 year homes in the ancient part of these towns including Lakewood are ” meth” (methanaine) factories which are part of the Mexican drug cartel & the “know nothing” landlords are in it with them by stashing away large amounts of cash from rent money of those old slums.
    Those Mexican tenants don’t “tshepih” any of the frum neighbors as they are very very secretive.
    Yup that’s the world today.

  • jog-a-thon Rules says:

    Howell ?!! They have pushers & users n Howell ?! I’m shocked.I thought the whole town was Law Enforcement.

  • Smack says:

    Heroin is SNOWING in Lakewood. It is abundant and as cheap as cigs! Our local illegals use it and SELL it to our kids. Instant Addiction!!!

  • Oh says:

    So they get released on bail and dont get locked up for a long time?

  • lkwd guy says:

    these were pine acre houses put up in the early 60`s the only 100 yo houses left in lkwd are on ocean ave.

  • Larry says:

    this was not illegal . know ur facts

  • Anonymous says:

    Why on earth are some of these “suspects” released on a summons??

  • Anonymous says:

    #2 what does meth made by Mexicans have anything to do with this? These people arrested are 1. not mexican 2. not involved with meth 3. they and their famlies have been in the town for decades, probably before you even heard of Lkwd.
    As for the landlords that are problems who are greedy and turn a blind eye, that the same story, different day!

  • Really???? says:

    And just what might the “ancient part of lakewood” be?

  • Anonymous says:

    #1, no 10% percent means the full bond needs to be posted. It allows you to post the 10% cash bail, as an alternative to posting the full amount by bond. The true benefit to this type of bail is the fact that by posting the 10% option, you are using your own money to post the bail, which you will get back at the conclusion of the case so long as you do nothing to forfeit the bail.
    Hope that helps…

  • to #3 says:

    That’s why they’re hanging out in Lakewood.

  • Anon says:

    Who is renting to these “people”?

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