Four people were arrested in Atlantic City after one allegedly was seen brandishing a gun inside car.
Police didn’t find a gun, but did find drugs and that the vehicle was reported stolen, according to the report.
Someone called 911 at about 7:45 p.m. Monday, saying they saw the person point a handgun, Lt. Kevin Fair said.
The caller described the vehicle and the four people inside, according to the report.
Officers Justin Peyton and Aaron Jones responded to the first block of South Georgia Avenue and quickly located the vehicle
The officers stopped the car, and found it had been stolen. Inside, they found 370 bags of heroin, more than 14 grams of cocaine, a small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia used in the distribution and possession of narcotics, Fair said.
Alisha Gelsleichter, Dana Nelson, Leonard Oglesby and William Ortiz were all charged with various drug counts and receiving stolen property.
Gelsleichter, 26, of Ventnor, was additionally charged on a contempt of court warrant and taken to the Atlantic County Justice Facility. She also is one of 95 people charged in the May 31 rioting and looting that followed a peaceful protest in Atlantic City.
She is charged with burglary, theft, disorderly conduct and violation of an emergency order
Nelson, 33, of Camden; Oglesby 31, of Pleasantville, and Ortiz, 38, of Atlantic City, were all released on summonses.
Note: The Atlantic County Justice Facility no longer provides mugshots to the media, citing the Atlantic County prosecutor’s order. The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office says it’s part of the Attorney General’s Guidelines. There is no such guideline, according to the Attorney General’s Office, but they have told these offices for years that they should not release any photos that appear to be mugshots.