Winslow Township police conducted five separate drug investigations within one week

From March 2 to 9, the WTPD found multiple people guilty of drug possession and distribution.

The following information is from the Winslow Township Police Department:

The following release explains five separate investigations that led to search warrants on five residences and two vehicles in the past seven days. After the Camden County Sheriffs Department S.E.R.T made entry into the residences, Winslow Township narcotics detectives seized methamphetamine, heroin, crack cocaine, oxycodone pills, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and U.S. currency.

March 2: A search warrant was executed on the home of Gary Hird at 558a Kali Road in Sicklerville. Authorities seized a quantity of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia among other items from the township home. Hird was charged with various drug related charges to, including third-degree distribution of methamphetamine, thid-degree possession of methamphetamine, third-degree distribution in a school zone, fourth-degree tampering with evidence and other charges. In accordance with New Jersey’s new bail reform guidelines, Hird was processed without incident and committed to CCJ.

March 6: A search warrant was executed on the home of Irvin S. Rodgers Jr. at 31 Medford Court in Sicklerville. Authorities seized a quantity of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia among other items from the township home. Rodgers was charged with various drug related charges to including, third-degree distribution of cocaine, third-degree distribution off CDS in a school zone, third-degree possession of cocaine and other charges. In accordance with New Jersey’s new Bail Reform guidelines, Rodgers was processed without incident and committed to CCJ.

March 8: A search warrant was executed on the home and vehicle of Tyrone Butler at 14 Desmond Run in Sicklerville. During the execution of the search warrants, Ryan Vanderpoel, of Medford, was arrested for attempting to purchase oxycodone pills from Butler. Notification was made to NJ State Licensing and DCP&P, as Butler operates a daycare facility out of his home. Authorities seized a quantity of oxycodone and Percocet pills from both subjects. Butler was charged with various drug related charges including, third-degree distribution of oxycodone pills and third-degree possession of oxycodone pills. Vanderpoel was charged with various drug related charges, including third-degree possession of Percocet pills and loitering to commit a CDS offense and D.P. offense. In accordance with New Jersey’s new bail reform guidelines, Butler and Vanderpoel were released on summonses.

March 9: A search warrant was executed on the home of Braheim Oliver at 116 Stevens Ave in West Atco. Authorities seized a quantity of marijuana, suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia from the township home. Oliver was charged with various drug related charges, including five counts fourth-degree distribution of Marijuana, third-degree distribution of CDS in a park zone, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. In accordance with New Jerseys’ new bail reform guidelines, Oliver was processed without incident and released on a summons.

March 9: A search warrant was executed on the home and vehicle of Chase Brittingham at 207 Stevens Ave in West Atco. Authorities seized a quantity of crack cocaine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia and other items from the township home. Additionally arrested in the home was Kenneth Jackson. Chase Brittingham was charged with third-degree distribution of crack cocaine, third-degree possession of crack cocaine, second-degree distribution of CDS in a park zone and possession of drug paraphernalia. In accordance with New Jersey’s new Bail Reform guidelines, Brittingham was processed without incident and committed to CCJ. Jackson was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. In accordance with New Jerseys’ new bail reform guidelines, Jackson was processed without incident and released on a summons.

The Winslow Township Police Department would like to extend its apologies to the seven aforementioned subjects, as they were not made aware of this public service announcement.