The Brick Township Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit is continuing its crackdown on drug sales in town with an eye on improving quality-of-life, the department said this week, announcing several recent arrests.
The department reported the following arrests:
- On Tuesday, Oct. 26, just before 9:30 p.m., SCU detectives stopped a vehicle for several motor vehicle violations which resulted in the driver, Toni Sisler, 33, of Camden, being arrested for multiple drug offenses. Detectives allegedly discovered approximately 350 wax fold packets of heroin, approximately 10 grams of crack, a small quantity of cocaine, and numerous prescription drugs. Sisler was charged with possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of crack with intent to distribute, possession of heroin, crack, cocaine, prescription legend drugs, Suboxone, and drug paraphernalia. She was released on a summons.
- On Wednesday, Nov. 3, SCU detectives observed a vehicle stopped at a red traffic signal whose occupants appeared to be smoking crack. When detectives approached the vehicle, two of the vehicle’s occupants, Jeffrey Bair, 51, of Barnegat, and James Laborante, 33, of Toms River, allegedly attempted to hide the drugs. A third occupant, Michael Laborante, 30, of Toms River, fled on foot.Detectives uncovered heroin, a crack pipe and several other paraphernalia, Sgt. Jim Kelly said. In addition to the drug offenses, Bair and Michael Laborante had outstanding warrants for their arrest.Bair was charged with possession of heroin, crack, paraphernalia, contempt of court, and several motor vehicle violations, including driving while suspended and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle. He was lodged in Ocean County Jail.
Michael Laborante was charged with possession of heroin, crack, paraphernalia, contempt of court, obstruction of justice, and being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance. He was lodged in Ocean County Jail.
James Laborante was charged with possession of heroin, crack and paraphernalia. He was lodged in Ocean County Jail.
- On Friday, Nov. 19, after numerous complaints, arrests and charges associated with 4 Hollycrest Drive, the landlord, Vincent Loffredo, 86, of Brick, was charged with violating the Brick Township’s Rental Responsibility ordinance.