Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey woman caught dealing meth in front of home
A Little Egg Harbor woman already drawing the eye of law enforcement made it super easy for evidence to stack up for her arrest.
Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer announced Friday that Detectives from the OCPO Narcotics Strike Force had collaborated with the Little Egg Harbor Police Street Crimes Unit, Stafford Police Drug Enforcement Unit and Ocean County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit to conduct an investigation into the distribution of illegal narcotics in Ocean County.
The team assembled for this probe was able to follow the bread crumbs to a home in Little Egg Harbor which was being used to store and deal Methamphetamine.
So, all the Detectives involved in the case went to that home this week and saw Allison Pintye, 26, meet with Kari Scull, 26, of Tuckerton, in front of the residence.
Scull was detained and arrested without incident after leaving the residence and found to be in possession of a quantity of Methamphetamine.
Detectives then executed a court-authorized search warrant at Pintye's residence and seized approximately 22 grams of Methamphetamine packaged for distribution purposes, along with a scale and additional packaging materials.
Pintye was then charged with Possession of Methamphetamine in an amount Greater than One-Half Ounce with Intent to Distribute, Distribution of Methamphetamine in an amount Less than One-Half Ounce, Possession of Methamphetamine in an amount Less than One-Half Ounce with Intent to Distribute, two counts of Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
She was processed at Little Egg Harbor Township Police Headquarters and released on a summons pending a future court appearance.
Scull was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine and was also processed at Little Egg Harbor Township Police Headquarters and also released on a summons pending a future court appearance.