Police Make Several Arrests For Drugs And More

Photo by Jason Allentoff

 BRICK – The detectives from the Street Crimes Unit (SCU) at the Brick Township Police Department had a busy first week of July after making five arrests regarding drugs, alcohol and more.

  On July 2, the SCU responded to a home on Hollycrest Drive in regards to a call for service. During the investigation, Jenna O’Connor, 28, of Whiting, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic syringes. She was released on a summons. Jason Feliciano, 34, of Manchester, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of hypodermic syringes. Feliciano was also charged with the following summonses: driving while suspended and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle. He was released on a summons.

  On July 7, the SCU was at the “The Wine Shoppe,” located at 2746 Hooper Ave., conducting an investigation. Detectives found David Santiago, 59, of Little Egg Harbor, walking in the area openly consuming alcoholic beverages. Santiago appeared to be highly intoxicated, falling to the ground on multiple occasions and began to yell at people who were trying to help him.

  Santiago was brought to Ocean Medical Center for further medical treatment. As a result of his behavior in the parking lot, Santiago was issued a summons for Disorderly Conduct.

  Also on July 7, the SCU reported to Coolidge Drive with patrol officers for a warrant service. Detectives arrested Keith McQuade-Sabat, 40, of Brick, for an outstanding felony warrant out of Toms River after fleeing from the Toms River Police. He was arrested and turned over to Toms River Police Department.

  On July 9, an investigation was performed near Brick Boulevard and Cedar Bridge Avenue by detectives. Subsequently, Roger Saenz, 31, of Brick, was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Colts Neck Township. He was arrested and released after posting bail.

  Charges are merely accusations until proven in a court of law.