Lengthy drug investigation leads to three arrests in Manchester
Manchester-- Three Ocean County Residents are facing a number of drug and weapon related charges following a six week probe by the Manchester Township Police Department's Narcotic's Enforcement Team resulting in their arrests early Wednesday.
Following complaints of potential drug dealing occurring at a Neal Place home in the Summit Park section of Manchester, police units began their investigation into the matter.
Upon the conclusion of their investigation and an authorized search warrant of the home, investigators found evidence of LSD and marijuana being dealt on top of a quarter pound of pot and 165 doses of acid (LSD) being recovered.
Additional drug paraphernalia was discovered along with a number of illegal weapons and over $1,000 in cash.
Charges for 27 year old Shawn Moll of Neal Place in Manchester, 30 year old Kwasi Mayweather of River Avenue in Lakewood, and 19 year old Victoria Espinal of Housen Street in Manchester include various possession and intent to distribute sanctions.
Kwasi Mayweather was also processed on two warrants out for his arrest.
Bail was set at $165,000 with no 10 percent option for Moll, and $100,000 for Mayweather and Espinal with no 10 percent option as well.
The complete list of charges include possession of and possession with intent to distribute LSD, possession of synthetic marijuana, possession of and possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of marijuana, and possession of prohibited weapons.