Pennsville Police Department - Pennsville Crime Log January 2017

Three arrested during narcotics investigation on North Hook Road

3 individuals arrested during narcotics investigation for marijuana laced with wet

Last month on April 10th at approximately 5:56 pm Pennsville Police officers were conducting a narcotics investigation and had a vehicle stopped in the parking lot of the Italian Kitchen located on North Hook Road.

During the investigation three (3) subjects, two (2) females and one (1) male were placed under arrest for a large quantity of CDS (marijuana) which was laced with a chemical known as “wet.”

Billie Jean Martello (F/25) of Salem was arrested and charged with Distribution of CDS, Possession of CDS (Marijuana) and Resisting Arrest. Martello was remanded to the Salem County Correctional Facility without bail.

Omaru K. Sannoh (M/30) of Yeadon, Pa., was arrested and charged with Distribution of CDS (Marijuana) and Possession of CDS and released on a summons.

Ambernette S. Gravly (F/24) of Salem was arrested and charged with Distribution of CDS (Marijuana) and Possession of CDS (Marijuana). Released on a summons.


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