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OC Law Enforcement partner to stop heroin delivery

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On Tuesday August 1, 2017, Jackson Police Detectives received information in reference to suspects who were reportedly going to be delivering a quantity of heroin to a location in Jackson Township. Information was also learned that one of the suspects may be armed.

At approximately 5:30 pm, working in conjunction with officers from the patrol division, the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Special Operations Group (SOG), the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department K-9 and the Ocean County Regional SWAT Team, a motor vehicle stop was conducted with a 2006 Lexus on Hyson Road near Jackson Mills Road and three suspects were taken into custody without incident.

The investigation resulted in the seizure of 50 decks of suspected heroin and the arrests of the three suspects in the vehicle. No firearms were located.

Arrested:
– Genuine Baines, age 18 of Trenton, NJ.
– Isaiah Porter, age 21 of Trenton, NJ.
– Lindsay Robson, age 28 of Mercerville, NJ.

All three suspects were charged with: possession of a controlled dangerous substance (heroin), possession with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance and conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance. They were processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail. The Lexus used was seized for potential forfeiture proceedings.

Photos courtesy the Ocean County Jail are attached. The media and the public are reminded that any persons arrested or charged with any offenses or crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.