Authorities raided a home on Lehigh Avenue in Del Haven Nov. 26, arresting three people and seizing heroin and cash.
This was the second time within a month law enforcement searched the home, according to police. This time, police say heroin, prescription narcotics, fentanyl patches and cash were seized, and Kathryn Hegarty, 30; Carlos Camacho, 22; and Lisa Delvecchio, 31, were arrested.
Ocean City police initiate safety campaign for the holidays
OCEAN CITY — The Ocean City Police Department is conducting a zero-tolerance traffic safety awareness campaign now through the remainder of the 2013 holiday season. The campaign is designed to increase traffic safety awareness through directed enforcement efforts.
Last Updated on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 04:56 pm
Submitted/Donald Capriotti, 40, of Egg Harbor Township
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – Additional charges were lodged Tuesday, Nov. 26 against Donald Capriotti, who police said was involved in a multiagency manhunt and the shooting of a police dog earlier this month.
Capriotti, 40, of Egg Harbor Township was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, possession of a defaced firearm, conspiring with another to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine and heroin and conspiring with another to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine and heroin in excess of one-half ounce Tuesday after what police said was a lengthy and ongoing drug distribution investigation by detectives from the Egg Harbor Township Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau and members of the Atlantic City Task Force Street Gang Unit.
Last Updated on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 01:44 pm
Submitted/From left are Raquan Cotapo, 19, Khadr Ardis, 18, and Anthony Hare-Jones, 18, all of Pleasanvtille
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – An officer investigating a suspicious vehicle at the Tilton Road CVS on Friday, Nov. 22 led Egg Harbor Township Police to uncover three bricks of heroin, vials of codeine and marijuana. Two juveniles and three other men have been charged in connection with the discovery.
According to police, Raquan Cotapo, 19, Khadr Ardis, 18, and Anthony Hare-Jones, all of Pleasantville and two juveniles from Mays Landing have been charged with heroin with intent to distribute, possession of codeine with intent to distribute and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Last Updated on Monday, November 25, 2013 05:40 pm
From left are Florence Roddy, Guillermo Caban, director of therapeutic recreation Alicia Scaglione and Hazel Smith.
GALLOWAY – Area businesses and individuals are being asked again to join staff and friends in the Adopt-a-Resident program at Royal Suites Healthcare & Rehabilitation.
Last Updated on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 09:11 am
Submitted/The Maegerle Family of Egg Harbor Township
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – Out of thousands of people who submitted YouTube videos and made it through rounds of Skype interviews, one family from Egg Harbor Township has been selected to participate in Jimmy Kimmel Live’s Thanksgiving Family Scavenger Hunt, set to air during tonight’s show.
Suzanne Marino/Members of the Atlantic County Historical Society cookbook committee who put two years into creating a collection of tried and true favorite recipes. The committee includes from left; Joan Frankel of Margate, Charlene Canale of Egg Harbor Township, Babs Perry-Silva of Northfield and Sheryl Collins of Egg Harbor Township. They hosted a tasting to kick-off their long anticipated cookbook. Sales of the book will directly benefit the ACHS.
SOMERS POINT—Comfort foods, family favorites; tried and true recipes gathered from members and friends of the Somers Point Historical Society fill their 100th anniversary cookbook.
Sharing recipes is something most of us do. It might be your first time preparing a dish but if the recipe came from a friend there is a level of comfort about whipping it up as it already has their stamp of approval.
OCEAN CITY — Always on the lookout for opportunities to shine a spotlight on America’s Greatest Family Resort, city publicist Mark Soifer says the city’s newest event is on the cutting edge. On Saturday, March 21 Ocean City will play host to Mr. Mature America, a pageant for men age 60 and over.
“We believe this is the only event like it in the United States,” said Soifer, adding that there is only one other similar event in the world, an “old man’s pageant” in Brazil.
Much work ahead
Submitted / From left are Zaldy Patron from the Philippine Consulate General in New York; Ocean City public relations director Mark Soifer and Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian in City Hall Monday, Nov. 25.
OCEAN CITY – With the death toll rising after Typhoon Haiyan devastated his home country earlier this month, Zaldy Patron, the deputy consul general for the Philippine Consulate in New York, met with Mayor Jay Gillian and other city officials at City Hall on Monday, Nov. 25.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Firefighters were unable to save the Four Seasons Diner in Rio Grande from a large blaze Sunday night.
Gusty winds and cold temperatures worked against them as they battled the fire for about four hours, said Rio Grande Volunteer Fire Co. Chief Richard Sweeten. The building on Route 9 in Middle Township was destroyed.
As of Monday night, officials were investigating the cause of the fire.