Jackson Police have issued a statement announcing that a township resident has been charged for his roles in a recent drug deal and remains on the run.

The charges stem from a narcotics investigation run by the Jackson Police Special Enforcement Unit that led to two people being charged: 31-year old Rachel Spock of Somerset and 30-year old Sean Sampson of Jackson.

Detectives were conducting an investigation on November 3 and while surveilling the alleged suspects, they saw them get into a car and head to a Freehold Road address

Police said they conducted a motor vehicle stop and both Sampson and Spock were questioned but then released "after refusing to cooperate with the officers."

They had to find another way home as the vehicle that was pulled over was seized by police to investigate after an Ocean County Sheriff's K-9 discovered narcotics.

When they had an authorized warrant in had, detectives searched the vehicle and found 100 wax folds containing heroin, Xanax, crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia.

With the evidence, police then filed complaints against the two suspects.

Spock who is from Somerset but is currently living in Jackson, according to police, has been charged with 3 counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of CDS with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia on top of driving an unregistered vehicle, driving without a valid driver’s license and possession of CDS while operating a motor vehicle.

Following her arrest and processing at headquarters, Spock was released on a summons.

Sampson has been charged with 3 counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of CDS with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia.

However, Detectives have not been able to locate Sampson and as such he's been entered into the system as a New Jersey Wanted Person.

If you have any information on Sampson's whereabouts, call Jackson Police at 732-928-1111.

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