Six charged in Toms River drug distribution probe
A raid on a Toms River home suspected of ongoing narcotics activity results in six arrests.
Brandi Miller, 34, of Toms River, is charged with possession of heroin, possession with intent to distribute heroin, and possession of a hypodermic needle. She was found with 78 wax folds of heroin and $739 during the August 12 search of the Lillie Road house, according to Toms River police.
Chardel Holman, 31; William Saal, Jr., 29; and James Boccuzzi, 28, all of Toms River were found with heroin, crack cocaine and prescription pills, police said.
Candice Victor, 35, of Toms River, and Christa Fairclough, 20, of Denville, were found in possession of needles, authorities said.
The Toms River PD Special Enforcement team initiated the investigation on the strength of tips from citizens. Surveillance bore out their suspicions to detectives, who identified several vehicles and conducted the arrests, police said.
Holman, Boccuzzi and Saal face counts of possession of crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute, possession of heroin, possessin of Suboxone and possession of Vyvanse, a Schedule II narcotic.
Holman and Saal are also charged with obstruction for allegedly trying to elude police. Victor and Fairclough are charged with possession of hypodermic syringes.