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Man Charged in Drug Probe Indicted for Allegedly Violating Terms of Court Supervision

Grand juries hand up indictments

A Forked River man faces charges accusing him of violating his community supervision for life after being arrested March 28 at his home.

David Smith, 34, with possession and distribution of Alprazolan as well as two counts of unlawful possession of a weapon after police served a warrant at Smith's home.

An Ocean County grand jury on Wednesday indicted Smith on four counts of violating the terms of his community supervision for life: two counts related to the weapons charges, one count for "owning or possessing knives" and one count for "committing a new offense," the indictment states.

Smith is free on bail.

Grand juries also indicted: 

  • James J. Urcinole II of Forked River on a charge of operating a motor vehicle during a his second license suspension period.

Urcinole was released from custody March 3 after posting $5,000 bail.

  • Douglas M. Gifford Jr. of Seaside Heights on a shoplifting charge.

Gifford was arrested Feb. 16 and accused of stealing televisions from the Lacey Walmart. He is being held on $10,000 bail, no 10 percent option.

  • Kevin Sheridan and Kailee Detroia were charged with moving stolen property.

Sheridan and Detroia were charged with moving stolen property belonging to Deborah Thomposon on Nov. 6, 2011, according to court records.

Sheridan was also charged with selling and receiving property worth more than $500, which included jewelry.

Joe Stewart June 18, 2012 at 02:06 PM
OK, so the shoplifter is in jail with no 10%, but the repeat offender is out. Way to go judicial system.

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