3 Adults, 3 Juveniles Face Multiple Drug Counts in Toms River
Three Brick Township adults and three juveniles face a lengthy list of drug charges following a no-knock raid at a house in Toms River.
Jair Oliver and Ansel Applewhite, a pair of 20-year-olds who gave police the same Sawmill Drive address in Brick, were arrested in a home on Bent Trail on May 22 along with Kasie Thomas, 21, of Blue Spruce Place in Brick and the three under-18 males, say Toms River Police.
Investigators say they seized more than 10 grams of PCP, newly-cooked cocaine, 29 wax folds containing heroin, seven 30-milligram doses of Oxycodone, a small amount of marijuana, drug-related items and $1,408 in cash.
Oliver is charged with possession of PCP, cocaine, heroin, marijuana and paraphernalia; possession of PCP with intent to distribute within 500 feet of a public park, in this case the Toms River Little League Field; maintaining a crack manufacturing facility and possession with intent to distribute less than a half-ounce of cocaine.
Applewhite and the juveniles are chared with possession of PCP, possession of PCP with intent to distribute more than 10 grams and with intent to distribute within 500 feet of a public park, possession of cocaine, possession with intent to distribute less than a half-ounce of cocaine and maintaining a crack manufacturing facility.
Bail for Oliver and Applewhite was set at $250,000 each.
Toms River Police urge anyone with knowledge of suspicious activity to call 732-349-0150 and speak to Captain Bruce Burgess at extention 1200, or Sergeant Shaun O'Keefe at extension 1272.