Evesham Police charge man with selling crack cocaine and employing juvenile to sell drugs

Police say 41 bags of crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia and cash were seized.

The following information is on file with the Evesham Township Police Department:

According to police, members of the Evesham Police Investigative and Proactive Unit conducted a narcotics investigation into the illegal sale of crack cocaine in Evesham Township on Aug. 28

Police say the investigation led to the arrest of adult and juvenile males from Mount Holly.

During the undercover operation, police say the male was arrested in an Evesham business parking lot.

As a result of the investigation, police say 41 bags of crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia and cash were seized. Police say the drugs were recovered following the execution of a search warrant days after the stop.


A male, age 24, of Mount Holly, was charged with first-degree employing a juvenile with a crime, second-degree distribution of crack cocaine, third-degree possession of crack cocaine and a disorderly persons offense for possession of drug paraphernalia and loitering with intent to distribute CDS.

An arrest warrant has been issued for his arrest and his whereabouts are currently unknown.

A juvenile male, age 17, of Mount Holly, was charged with second-degree distribution of crack cocaine. He was released to an adult guardian.