As the stating goes, “if you see something, state something,” which is precisely what individuals in one Atlantic City area did.
And as an outcome, a male is now dealing with weapon and drug-related charges.
The Atlantic City Police Department states their officers carried out a monitoring operation in the location of Tennessee and Atlantic Avenues Thursday afternoon in action to problems from the general public about lifestyle concerns in the location, specifically controlled substance offers.
During this operation, investigators observed a private, Omar Morgan, participate in a presumed unlawful narcotics deal. Detectives approached Morgan and discovered he was holding 3 grams of believed fracture drug in his hand and was put in custody without event. A search event to jail yielded a crammed pistol in Morgan’s waistband.
Police say that weapon was filled with hollow point ammo and was identified to be taken from North Carolina.
Additionally, $300 was taken, which was thought to be from controlled substance sales, and Morgan was likewise discovered to be a fugitive from Pennsylvania.
25-year-old Omar Morgan of Atlantic City was charged with illegal belongings of a weapon, belongings of a weapon while devoting a CDS offense, belongings of hollow point ammo, belongings of CDS, belongings of CDS with the intent to disperse, belongings of CDS with the intent to disperse within 500 feet of public structure, getting taken residential or commercial property, and fugitive from justice.
Morgan was remanded to the Atlantic County Justice Facility.
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