Pennsauken Police Chief John Coffey and Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo reported a lengthy narcotics investigation has led to the arrest of two people and the seizure of a significant amount of drugs, cash and weapons.
Early Thursday morning, members of the Pennsauken Police Department and Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Suburban Narcotics Task Force executed a search warrant at 6848 Rosemont Avenue in Pennsauken. Officers found over five ounces of cocaine, more than $32,000 in cash, various pills, two handguns and a shotgun in the home. The Camden County Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team (SERT) assisted with the entry into the residence.
Two residents, Barbara Greenridge, F/55, and Leroy Johnson, M/43, were arrested and charged with first-degree possession with intent to distribute cocaine and other offenses. They were also charged with endangering the welfare of a child after officers learned a 2-year-old boy was living in the residence. A complete list of the charges is posted below.
Greenridge and Johnson were remanded to the Camden County Jail with bail set at $400,000 each.
Greenridge and Johnson are both charged with:
- Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine (Over 5 Ounces) (1st degree)
- Conspiracy to Distribute Cocaine (2nd degree)
- Endangering the Welfare of a Child (2nd degree)
- Possession with Intent to Distribute Oxycontin (2nd degree)
- Possession with Intent to Distribute Oxycodone (3rd degree)
- Possession with Intent to Distribute Xanax (3rd degree)
- Possession of a Firearm During Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) Offense (2nd degree)
- Possession with Intent to Distribute CDS in a School Zone (3rd degree)
- Possession of CDS (3rd degree)
Released Friday, April 24, 2014.