A drug making facility is closed for good following a four-month long investigation into the dealings at a Gloucester County home.

Ocean County and Gloucester County prosecutors have arrested Jason Andrew Bacon, 35, of Brick Township and Kim Christopher, 32, of Toms River for their alleged roles in operating the CDS facility.

An executed search warrant of the Clayton Borough property which included a greenhouse full of pot where police uncovered 38-marijuana plants, over 5-pounds of previously grown weed, THC wax, U.S. currency and a loaded .25 caliber Beretta handgun.

There was also a search warrant executed on B Laurel Brook Drive in Brick Township.

Bacon and Christopher are charged with the following:

- Maintaining a CDS Manufacturing Facility (1st degree)
- Possession of CDS with Intent to Distribute (2nd degree)
- Possession of Over 50 grams of Marijuana (4th degree)
- Possession of CDS (cocaine) (3rd degree)
- Possession of CDS paraphernalia (DP)
- Possession of a Firearm during a CDS offense (2nd degree)
- Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (2nd degree)
- Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose (2nd degree)

As a result of the Clayton, New Jersey search warrant, Bacon is also charged additionally with the following:

- Maintaining a CDS Manufacturing Facility (1st degree)
- Possession of CDS with Intent to Distribute (1st degree) (Marijuana plants)
- Possession of CDS with Intent to Distribute (1st degree) (Cultivated marijuana)
- Possession of Over 50 grams of Marijuana (4th degree)
- Maintaining a Fortified Structure (boards across entrances) during a CDS offense (3rd degree)

Ocean County Prosecutors say the forfeiture of property allegedly utilized in the defendants illicit criminal CDS operation is being processed for seizure of a 2013 BMW i125 (approx. value $20,500), a 1999 Ford F-250 (approx. value $10,000) and the 1111 North Delsea Drive residence in Clayton Borough.

Bacon is being kept in the Ocean County Jail.

Christopher was released to answer the charges in court on a future date.

The co-op investigation by the Ocean County Prosecutor's Special Operations Group, the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Guns, Gangs and Narcotics Task Force, the Brick Township Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit and Clayton Borough Police Department additionally involved the assistance of the following agencies: US Department of the Treasury, US Postal Service, New Jersey State Police, Pitman and Westville Police Departments.

The public is reminded that criminal charges are merely accusations and that these defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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