LSD, ecstasy dealer busted with gun, drugs and $133,000 in cash


GLOUCESTER, NJ – On 04/20/2021, at approximately 07:05 AM, the Gloucester Township Police Special Investigations Unit (SIU) with the assistance of the Gloucester Township Operations Response Unit (ORU) and Special Response Team (SRT) executed a narcotics search warrant on a neighborhood drug house located at a residence located in the Country Oaks Development of Gloucester Township, New Jersey.

This was the result of a month long investigation initiated by the Gloucester Township Police Special Investigations Unit. A quantity of MDMA (Ecstasy), Acid (LSD,) and a Hashish Oils (over five pounds) were recovered from the residence. The total quantity of drugs seized has an estimated street value of over $100,000.00.

A .25 caliber firearm, various drug packaging materials, and over $133,000.00 in currency was also recovered.

Arrested: Tyler Connolly 18 YOA Country Oaks Development, Sicklervill

Connolly was charged with Distribution of CDS, Distribution of CDS within 500 feet of a Public Park, Possession of a Weapon, Possession of a Weapon during a CDS Offense, Money Laundering, Possession of CDS (Ecstasy), Possession of CDS (Acid) and Possession of CDS Paraphernalia.

He was remanded to Camden County Correctional Facility in accordance with New Jersey Bail Reform.

The arrest of this individual is another example of Community Policing efforts encouraging residents to take back their community and assist the Gloucester Township Police Department with keeping our community safe. The Gloucester Township Police Department has implemented a number of initiatives and programs to combat the abuse of dangerous narcotics, including the dangers of vaping. If you know someone who is suffering from addiction, yo

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