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Cops: Ocean County Mom Hits Car While Driving With 'Bags' Of Heroin, Two Kids

Ester Aidukas returned to the scene and was placed under arrest. The investigation revealed additional bags of heroin and paraphernalia to be in her possession, police said.

Ester Aidukas
Ester Aidukas
A 33-year-old woman was arrested recently for driving while intoxicated, possessing "bags" of heroin and having two kids in the car after being involved in a hit-and-run accident.

Ester Aidukas, a Manchester, N.J. resident who resides in the Pine Acres Manor Mobile Home Park section was arrested by after she struck a parked vehicle in her neighborhood, police said.

Ester Aidukas removed her unrestrained 7-year-old daughter and unrestrained 5-year-old son and miscellaneous items from the vehicle and fled the scene to her nearby residence, police said.

Sgt. Richard Mazza and Officer Patrick Cervenak arrived at the scene to assist in the investigation which resulted in the discovery of empty bags of heroin outside of the vehicle, police said.

Aidukas returned to the scene and was placed under arrest. The investigation revealed additional bags of heroin and paraphernalia to be in her possession, police said.

Quality Medical Transport responded and the children and Aidukas were all treated as a precaution and released at the scene.

Aidukas was charged with driving while intoxicated, endangering the welfare of a child, possession of heroin, tampering with Evidence, Possession of Paraphernalia, and Under the Influence of a Narcotic.

She was also served with several motor vehicle summonses to include improper child restraints.

Aidukas was transported to Ocean County Jail in lieu of $75,000 bail, with a no 10 percent option.  The vehicle was impounded pending seizure.

The Division of Child Protection and Permanency assisted in the investigation, as well as Officer Michael Guarino and Officer Michael O’Hara.  This matter is pending court action.    
OpticianAndy July 11, 2014 at 04:58 AM
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