Seaside Heights detectives make five arrests at a home on Hancock Avenue May 16 around 10:00 pm following an investigation into illegal drug activity.

Upon executing a search warrant police found heroin, cocaine and marijuana and then arrested Edward Boyer, 37, of Lacey and Robert Hudson, 40, Lisa Grasso, 53, Cheryl Worman, 40, and Vincent Parker, 32, of Seaside Heights.

During the execution of the Search Warrant, Worman and Parker were not present at the residence but were later located.

Worman was arrested on May 17 at the Mark III Motel and Parker was arrested on May 19 on the 200 block of Hancock Avenue.

Boyer was arrested and later transported to the Ocean County Jail, charged with three counts of possession of CDS, two counts of possession of CDS with the intent to distribute, two counts of distribution of CDS, Possession of CDS with intent (school zone), Possession of CDS with intent (recreation zone) and obstructing the administration of law.

Hudson was arrested and later transported to the Ocean County Jail, charged with two counts possession of CDS, two counts possession of CDS with the intent to distribute, Possession with intent (school zone), Possession with intent (recreation zone), Possession of CDS paraphernalia and Possession of a hypodermic syringe.

Grasso was arrested on an outstanding Toms River Municipal Court Warrant.

Worman was arrested and later released on a summons charged with Possession of CDS and Conspiracy to distribute.

Parker was arrested and later transported to the Ocean County Jail charged with two counts possession of CDS, two counts possession of CDS with the intent to distribute, Possession with intent (school zone), Possession with intent recreation zone), Possession of CDS paraphernalia and Possession of a hypodermic syringe.

Seaside Heights Detective Micheal McCurdy prepared the search warrant that was executed and he was assisted by the DEA's Atlantic City Resident Office, Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Strike Force, Ocean County Regional SWAT Team and the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department K9 Units.

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