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Beachwood Woman Among Two Busted For Dealing Oxycodone Near Wawa In Lacey

Kim Nulle
Kim Nulle
Two people were arrested recently on drug charges after they were allegedly spotted making a deal near the Route 9 Wawa in Lacey, police said.

Henry A. Racaniello IV, 48, of Cedar Lake Point in Forked River was charged with distribution of CDS and possession of CDS, and 47-year-old Kim Nulle of Mizzen Avenue in Beachwood was charged with possession of CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia,

On Feb. 12, at 10:39 p.m., Officer Michael Verwey and Officer Noah Schaffer were assigned to a directed surveillance assignment in the parking lot of the Wawa located at 444 Route 9 South in Forked River.

The officers were observing the area for possible drug activity when they saw a female walking across the rear parking lot of Wawa toward the wood line near the area of the Ocean County walking path, police said.

The female appeared to be looking for someone in the wooded area. Officers then saw a male emerge from the wood line onto the walking path. The female and the male met face-to-face and made a hand-to-hand transaction, police said.

Immediately after the transaction, the two separated and walked in opposite directions. Investigation at the scene led to the arrest of Racaniello an Nulle

Officers recovered a clear plastic Ziploc bag from Racaniello containing a large quantity of small blue opioid prescription pain pills, specifically 62 Oxycodone pills, as well as other pills including Alprazolam. The small blue pills are commonly referred to as "Blues" or "Roxies" on the street, police said.

Kim Nulle was found to be in possession of 20 round blue Oxycodone pills.

Both suspects were transported to Lacey Township Police headquarters where they were processed and charged. Bail for Racaniello was set at $25,000 with no 10 percent option, and bail for Nulle was set at $10,000 with no 10 percent option.

Both subjects were transported to the Ocean County Correctional Facility in default of the bail. Officers learned that Nulle had a 13-year-old juvenile in the vehicle use to drive to the location, so the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (aka - DYFS) was notified regarding the incident.
love February 20, 2014 at 08:58 PM
I'm just Thankful that you guys caught her.. and got her off the streets... she needs to learn a hard lesson...and jail is one way...instead of a slap on the hand..
chris Christie February 21, 2014 at 12:01 AM
Junkie like that should be locked up for many years. Not only did she bring her kid to a drug transaction, I am sure that she drives with her kid in the car while high. Hopefully DYFS terminates her rights.
uwanna321 February 22, 2014 at 12:58 AM
funny, I've never seen so many perfect people posting in one place. Who knows what is wrong with this lady medically. And with the government( D.E.A.) putting pressure on the pain management doctors to titrate the patients medication. The Drs. are scared, the pharmacies are being pressured to not fill this medication(roxies). Now on the other hand maybe their is nothing wrong with the lady besides being addicted to oxycodone. She was wrong to bring her son to the deal.but $10,000 bail no 10% option is a punitive bail for being a junkie. She needs a rehab not a jail cell.
KmcUpInHere February 22, 2014 at 01:50 AM
Seriously you people need to have some respect,it's not easy for a addict to just stop using ,yes bringing your kids into it isn't something a parent should do but the drugs start to control you. She doesn't deserve jail, she should be offered a rehab. You people should stop being so judge mental . Life isn't easy not everyone has a perfect life and has the chance to not be addicted to drugs. She got arrested for blues people not like she was shooting dope In front of her kid holy shit . And FYI Dyfs will give her a chance to go to rehab and she won't get her rights taken ;)
suz February 22, 2014 at 08:35 AM
You cannot force a person to go to rehab. Unfortunately, jail time at this point may be the only option for her. Sorry, but being a mother and taking your child with you on a drug deal was just plain wrong. If you are/were her friend and knew of this problem, where were you? Bottom line, regardless of your situation, you need to be accountable for your actions. I, by the way, wish her well and hope she accepts any help that is offered to her.


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