Barnegat Residents Indicted on Drug Charges
Grand jurors also indict locals on shoplifting, passing counterfeit note charges
Three township residents were indicted separately last week on drug charges.
An Ocean County grand jury upheld charges against Armond C. Longo, 56, of Village Drive and Michael J. Euston, 32, of Lexington Boulevard for allegedly selling heroin June 1.
The pair are charged with distribution, possession with intent to distribute and possession.
Longo and Euston were both initially held on $30,000 bail. Longo posted Sept. 21, and Euston posted Oct. 10.
In a separate indictment, Heather M. O'Neill-Deller, 33, of Chestnut Way Circle was charged with possession of suboxone after being arrested Aug. 1 in Ocean Township.
O'Neill-Deller was released on a summons.
Grand jurors also indicted:
- Tolulpoe O. Apara, 32, of Lexington Boulevard for allegedly passing a counterfeit note at Six Flags Great Adventure on Oct. 30.
Apara was released on a summons.
- Aimee C. Lill-Toop, 36, of Highland Drive on a shoplifting charge.
Lill-Toop is accused of stealing more than $500 in jewelry, clothes and accessories from the Kohl's in Stafford Township on Dec. 5.
She was initially jailed on $10,000 bail but posted Dec. 7.