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Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office nabs № 10 on most wanted list

Press release from Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office

Gloucester County Sheriff Carmel Morina announced that Daniel Alloway of Gibbstown, № 10 on the Sheriff’s top ten most wanted list, was located and arrested on Friday, Sept. 8.

The Sheriff’s Fugitive Unit arrested Alloway at a family member’s residence in East Greenwich Township. He was wanted nationwide for a violation of probation warrant, with the original charge being theft by unlawful taking. He was then lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility to await his court hearing.

Morina said, “Our Fugitive Unit works diligently everyday looking for fugitives. Our unit of well-trained detectives partner with other agencies to get criminals off of the streets, all in keeping the residents of Gloucester County safe.”

Freeholder Dan Christy, liaison to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, said, “Our sheriffs officer’s work tirelessly to keep Gloucester County safe for our residents. We are proud of the professionalism and dedication they display every day.”

To date the Sheriff’s Office has apprehended 175 off the Sheriff’s top ten most wanted list.

To view the top ten fugitives on Sheriff Morina’s top ten most wanted list, go to http://www.gloucestercountynj.gov/depts/s/sheriff/mostwanted/default.asp

If you know the whereabouts of a fugitive, please call Lt. Jen Ridinger at (856) 384–4625. All calls are kept confidential.

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