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Two Jailed, Including South Toms River Woman, After 370 Heroin Bags Found In Car

Jennifer Swain
Jennifer Swain

Two people were arrested on drug distribution charges recently after they were found with 370 bags of heroin, police said.

According to Manchester police:

On February 26 at approximately 5:21pm, Ptl. Peter Manco stopped a Dodge Neon for an inspection violation on Route 571 near the intersection of Etty Court. During the motor vehicle stop, Ptl. Manco observed drug paraphernalia in plain view located on the floor of the vehicle. 

t that time, K-9 Officer Kohout, of the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department, arrived to assist with the investigation.

Officer Kohout’s K-9, Kane, indicated on the presence of a controlled dangerous substance within the vehicle. Subsequent investigation resulted in the recovery of 370 bags of heroin which was concealed inside of the vehicle. The street value of the seized heroin was approximately $3,700.00. Associated drug paraphernalia was also located inside of the car.

Ptl. Manco arrested the driver, 38 year old Jennifer Swain of Brandies Road in South Toms River. The driver’s vehicle was also seized as it was used in connection with this incident.

Also arrested was the passenger, 34 year old Peter Fischler III, of Route 37 in Manchester. 

Swain was charged with distribution of heroin and possession of heroin. She was also issued motor vehicle summonses for failure to inspect, obstructed view and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. Swain’s bail was set by Judge Sahin at $75,000.00, full, and she was subsequently transported to Ocean County Jail.

Fischler was also charged with distribution of heroin and possession of heroin with bail set at $75,000.00, full, by Judge Sahin. He was later transported to Ocean County Jail.

The public is encouraged to report drug related activity within the Township to the Manchester Police Division. Tips can be left through the division’s website atwww.manchesterpolicenj.com or you can contact the Manchester Police via phone at 732-657-6111. As always, anonymous tips are also encouraged. 

 

Heywood March 11, 2014 at 02:22 PM
They look like a couple of real skanks.
lamb888 March 11, 2014 at 02:50 PM
@ John Cobb, ~And thats what heroin can do for you! Pretty stupid huh? :(
Paint March 11, 2014 at 03:02 PM
Great job by the police now for the courts to toss the key ! No probation no mercy for the death dealers
Keeping whats mine March 11, 2014 at 05:21 PM
I bet they will walk, somehow. This state or county does nothing to these scumbags. I say they should be made to ingest half each on the spot. Video for future Dare programs. This is what happens. Love it. Die scum. Had enough.
Dee March 11, 2014 at 08:16 PM
It's very sad to think that 2 adults have fallen into such a pathetic state. 2 humans who were children that played hopscotch and various games now look like this. Did they really think that this is what they wanted to be?! How very sad that 2 babies that were cuddled and hugged have evolved into the horror and clutches of addiction....and it continues day after day after day. Lock them up to keep them from destroying other human beings.

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