Two Forked River men remain lodged in Ocean County Jail on near the .
Joseph A. Macavoy, 50, and Matthew J. Macavoy, 22, were indicted last week on numerous drug charges alleging possession and possession with intent to distribute while a Seaside Heights woman and Forked River female face possession charges.
Authorities said both Macavoys were in possession of cocaine, and both men were indicted on charges alleging they intended to sell the drug. As they were arrested within 1,000 feet of the elementary school, both also were charged with possession with intent to distribute in a school zone.
Matthew Macavoy additionally was charged with possession of oxycodone.
They were arrested alongside Arlene F. McKevitt, 30, of Seaside Heights, and Gabriella Terrill, 21, of Forked River, who were charged with possession of cocaine and possession of oxycodone, respectively.
Terrill and McKevitt were released on summons'. Matthew Macavoy remains jailed on $25,000 bail, no 10 percent option. Joseph Macavoy is jailed on $10,000 bail, 10 percent option allowed.
Grand juries also indicted:
- Michael S. Corliss of Forked River on theft and conspiracy to deal in stolen property charges.
Corliss, 20, was charged with stealing a Berkeley woman's rings sometime between Aug. 1 and Sept. 9, as well as working with an accomplice on a plan to sell the rings, authorities said.
He was released on a summons.
Corliss was in March along with a 16-year-old male were arrested at 5 a.m. Police found the two males walking with beer in the area of Constitution Drive in Forked River.
Corliss was charged with underage possession of alcohol and released on a summons. The minor was charged with underage possession of alcohol as well and released to his parent.
- Mark J. Walicke, 49, of Forked River on
Patrolwoman Julie Barcalow was attempting to get Walicke to stop on Aug. 28 when he allegedly kept driving in attempt to flee, the indictment states.
Walicke was charged with second-degree eluding, fourth-degree obstructing the administration of law or other governmental function and fourth-degree resisting arrest.
He was initially held on $15,000 bail but posted Sept. 1.