Gloucester Township Police Charge Two, Net 122 Bags of Heroin

A Camden man and a Blackwood woman were charged following a drug transaction in the Blackwood Clementon Road K-Mart parking lot.

A Camden man was charged after police discovered he was in possession of 111 bags of heroin after selling 11 other bags of the drug to a Blackwood woman Gloucester Township Police announced Wednesday afternoon.

Alfonso Fuentes, 45, of Camden, was charged with possession with intent to distribute of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Heroin) within 1,000 feet of a school zone, distribution of CDS, and possession of CDS.

Denise Davidson, 25, of Blackwood, was charged with possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Heroin), and possession of narcotic paraphernalia.

They were charged after a Gloucester Township police officer observed the two engaging in what appeared to be a drug sale around 4:15 Tuesday afternoon.

They were each in the car in the Blackwood Clementon K-Mart parking lot as they engaged in the transaction. Immediately after leaving the parking lot, other officers stopped each car.

Officers determined that Fuentes sold 11 bags of heroin to Denise Davidson, 25, of Blackwood. Further investigation revealed another 69 bags of heroin in Fuentes' 2010 BMW, and an additional 42 bags of heroin hidden on Fuentes.

Fuentes was remanded to Camden County Correctional Facility in default of $20,000 full cash bail. Officers confiscated $639 in cash for possible forfeiture from Fuentes.
Paul J. DiBartolo April 24, 2014 at 02:44 PM
You just don't get it, do you, EaglesFan856? We're not complaining that the criminal got caught...we're unhappy about what is happening to our town that now has store patrons getting beaten and robbed at gun-point coming out of a store in broad daylight on the Black Horse Pike across from St. Jude's. We're unhappy that we now have the K-Mart parking lot serving as a rendezvous for heroin dealers. We are unhappy that there are so many empty buildings in an area that once thrived which suggests that things will only get worse. We have been told that everything's great and promised that this was all going to be fixed but all you have to do is drive these two sites to find out differently. I would have thought this kind of information was intuitive but I guess you just don't get it. I wonder why?
EaglesFan856 April 24, 2014 at 05:16 PM
I agree, I am not happy with all of these empty buildings and numerous township issues. I was just saying heroin abuse is a problem all over, especially in New Jersey. Crime from the Camden, is entering all the suburbs, not only this town. I just thought it was great to read that the police did a great job locking these people up. 1 of those 122 heroin bags could have killed a person. That is a win to me.
Paul J. DiBartolo April 24, 2014 at 09:51 PM
I wonder how many heroin sales are being conducted in the township while our police are running a "seat-belt check fund raiser?" Just another way to fleece the people to pay for whatever it is that Mayor Mayer thinks we need in this town.
Mark Guarnere April 25, 2014 at 10:18 AM
I have opened a treatment facility right here in Gloucester Township for this reason. Lakeside Recovery Center located in Sicklerville. If anyone seeks treatment for addiction or alcoholism please contact us at 856-302-1362 or www.lakesiderecovery.com We are saving lives one day at a time...
Theresa White April 30, 2014 at 08:05 PM


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