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Police chief announces arrests

Toms River Police executed a search warrant at the Rodeway Hotel after an investigation by the Special Enforcement Team at 7 p.m. Wednesday night, according to Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy. The warrant was executed by members of the emergency services unit commanded by Sergeant William Morsch and resulted in the following arrests:

• Otis Davis, 25, Room 303 Rodeway Inn,  Held in Ocean County Jail $175,000 no 10 percent. Charged with:

  • Possession of Stolen Handgun,
  • Possession of Heroin and marijuana  with Intent to distribute
  • Possession of Hollow point Bullets and a speed loader

• Kristopher P. Miller, 28,  Room 312 Rodeway Inn, Released on a summons. Charged with: Possession of Heroin with intent to distribute.

• Anthony Getchius,  37,Room 302 Rodeway Inn, held on $20,000 bail from Ocean County Sheriff’s department. Charged with Possession of marijuana

• Charles Argilan,  24,  1st Avenue Toms River,  Released on a summons. Charged with possession of marijuana.

• Brittany Schwab, 23, Ocean Terrace in Seaside Heights, held on 5 warrants, Monmouth and Union County, no bail warrants.

Police recovered 50 bags of heroin, 15 grams of marijuana packaged for sale and a .38 caliber stolen Smith and Wesson.

Anyone with information can contact Sergeant Shaun O’Keefe of the special enforcement team at 732-349-0150 ext 1272

SB Girl September 16, 2012 at 11:57 AM
They are greedy and have no conscience
Jersey Teapot-Party September 16, 2012 at 01:12 PM
Stayathome alot of assumptions and false accusations here. the facts are illegal drugs cause less accidents than tiredness, cell phone talkers, alcohol, and many more. Do you want to make these people criminals too if they are reckless and crash in and kill your kid? I am not advocating anybody drive under the influence of anything including be tired because that is the #1 cause of fatalities on the roads. but hey lets keep wasting our resources on busting potheads. You feel safer getting the peaceful potheads off the street I get it. But coupled with your false assumptions you've been tricked and have built up so much hatred for people you disagree with, thats not healthy in the long term.
J dogg 79 October 11, 2012 at 10:36 PM
Well said Dev i concur
Jerzymom October 16, 2012 at 01:19 AM
Let me get this motel situation straight for everyone. First most of these people live there placed by social services. It's the most disgusting motel I've ever seen. There are prostitutes that in fact just got one thrown out by police last week. A coupe of them my be just families trying to get a start over. But for the most part it's all drugs. You can just look at them and tell. Not to mention the methodon clinic placed nicely next door. That's a joke. I feel before these people get free living they all must pass a drug test or they don't deserve to waste the states money from welfare to buy more drugs. Stay far away from this motel. There a mess and that place should have cops close down the place. They have no idea what's competely going on in there.
ronald rodriguez January 16, 2013 at 09:30 PM
I just want to say to everyone out there that when the toms river police do their jobs that citzens expect them to do Give them praise and there due! These people who deal drugs to our community whether in a motel or not are not acting in the best interest to our community, breaking our laws, need to be dealt with and I am glad our police did just that get them off the streets. Isn't funny that the dealers always seem to have guns and ammo around them.


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