Hamilton Township police seized about $40,000 worth of marijuana and $11,000 in cash after a car stop Thursday. Now, they’re trying to find the two occupants. Officer Nicole Odell pulled over Kevin Moulden, 26, of Mays Landing, just before 8 p.m. on Wrangleboro Road at the Atlantic City Expressway entrance, police said. A strong smell of pot led officers to find that Moulden and his passenger, Timothy Spencer III, had $11,000 cash and drug-packaging material,
Egg Harbor Township police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man. Blurry surveillance photos were released of the man, but police gave no details about the alleged crime. Anyone who recognizes him is asked to call the Egg Harbor Township Detective Bureau at 609-926-4051.
Three of four inmates who escaped from the Harborfields Juvenile Detention Center have been located in Bridgeton, authorities said. Michael Huggins, 18, of Bridgeton, remains wanted. He was in Harborfields on undisclosed charges dating to when he was a juvenile. But BreakingAC has confirmed he is the same Huggins who was indicted in September on charges including murder in the Oct. 7, 2016 killing of Davonte Lee, 21. Lee was shot while sitting in a
An Atlantic City man is wanted in a September shooting that damaged a vehicle. An investigation led to charges against Kaleem Williams, 20. Police responded to the 500 block of Indiana Avenue for a ShotSpotter notification at 3:33 p.m. Sept. 27. They found evidence of shots fired, including a vehicle The Atlantic City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a male wanted for firing a handgun striking a vehicle. An investigation by
The Ocean First Bank in Mays Landing was robbed Tuesday morning, police said. The suspect gave a note to the teller at about 9:20 a.m., and was given an undetermined amount of cash, Hamilton Township police said. He fled in an unknown direction. No one was injured in the robbery. The suspect is described as a light-skinned black or Hispanic male in his late 30s to 40s with a medium build. He was wearing sunglasses,
Egg Harbor Township police are trying to identify four men in separate theft investigations. The department put out two separate sets of photos in ongoing theft investigations, asking the public’s help in identifying the men. Anyone with information is asked to call the Egg Harbor Township Detective Bureau at 609-926-4051.
Pleasantville police are looking for help identifying a suspect in an armed robbery from June. The man came into the Rite Aid at Delilah Road and Main Street just before 4 a.m. June 14, brandishing a shotgun and demanding money, Capt. Matt Hartman said. Surveillance photos released Friday show the He did not get any money, and fled the store threatening to come back, according to the report. He was last seen running west on
Atlantic City police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who burglarized a residence last month. Officers were called to the 1100 block of Emerson Avenue at 5:10 a.m. Sept. 12, for a burglary in progress, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. They arrived to find the home had been entered and property stolen, but the suspects had fled. Images of both men were released Friday. Detective Juliann Schwenger is investigating. Anyone with information
A Pleasantville man is wanted in a case in which a hotel room was allegedly being used as a drug-production facility. No charges have been announced against Dominque Handy, but they are pending, according to information released in court Friday. Co-defendant Malik Smith is jailed on drug and gun charges after his Sept. 15 arrested at the Howard Johnson’s on the Black Horse Pike in Egg Harbor Township. Smith was in court for a detention
Stockton University is looking to identify three persons of interest in an investigation that includes postings for a white supremacist group. “I would like to thank the members of our community for continuing to provide leads, information, and locations of recent unauthorized flyers,” interim Stockton Police Chief Cynthia Parker wrote in an email sent to faculty and students. Several photos posted by Stockton students on Facebook show fliers and stickers throughout campus for Identity Evropa,