Belmar, New Jersey Police arrest a pair for dealing heroin, crack-cocaine near school
Belmar Police have continued their crackdown for people dealing and abusing drugs in the community.
Last week, they arrested a man who was then charged with 40 counts of narcotics related offenses.
Now we learn they've arrested two more residents in a separate investigation where both were charged with dealing drugs in a school zone.
Police said they wrapped up an investigation with the arrests of two people while executing a search warrant at the Belmar Motor Lodge Tuesday.
William P. Davis, 46, and Jeanne Walpole, 51, who were the targets of this particular investigation were arrested and have been charged with a total of 8 narcotic related offenses with 6 of them being indictable crimes.
Davis and Walpole each face 2 counts of intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, specifically heroin and crack cocaine, distribution of a controlled dangerous substance in a school zone, specifically heroin and crack cocaine and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, specifically heroin and crack cocaine.
They also face charges for disorderly person offenses of possession of marijuana under 50 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia, specifically pipes, packaging materials and ledgers.
Davis and Walpole were placed on a no bail criminal warrant and were taken to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, in accordance with bail reform.
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