Search of Toms River House, Car Yields 1,000 Dosages of Heroin

Four locals charged with manufacturing, distributing heroin

Timothy Perry (Photo: Ocean County Department of Corrections)
Timothy Perry (Photo: Ocean County Department of Corrections)
Several local residents were charged with drug offenses following the execution of a search warrant at a residence located on Bel Aire Court in Toms River on Thursday.

The early-morning raid came after an investigation into a drug distribution network, officials with the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said.

The office's Special Operations Group, Northern Enforcement Unit, along with members of the Toms River Police Department executed the search warrant and found approximately 1,000 individual dosage units of Heroin along with assorted paraphernalia used during the manufacturing, production and distribution of Heroin, said spokesman Al Della Fave.

Police seized hundreds of new wax folds, used to package Heroin, assorted sifters, scales, stamps and electric grinders and mixers.

The seized Heroin has an approximate street value of $6000, said Della Fave. Police also seized approximately $2100 in cash.

A 2001 Volvo was also searched and seized pending forfeiture proceedings.

Timothy Perry, 33, of Knollwood Drive in Middletown, known as "Showtime," was charged possession of heroin, possession of heroin over one half ounce with intent to distribute, maintaining a heroin manufacturing facility and possession of drug paraphernalia. Superior Court Judge James Blaney set Perry's bail at $500,000 cash.

Kahdeem J. Robinson, 23, of Bel Aire Court in Toms River was charged possession of heroin, possession of heroin over one half ounce with intent to distribute, maintaining a heroin manufacturing facility and possession of drug paraphernalia. Blaney set bail on Robinson at $250,000 cash.

Dale J. Dabney age 24, of Prospect Street in Lakewood, was charged possession of heroin, possession of heroin over one half ounce with intent to distribute, maintaining a heroin manufacturing facility and possession of drug paraphernalia. Blaney set bail on Dabney at $10,000.

Crystal Kistner-Killion, 23 of Bel Aire Court in Toms River, was charged possession of heroin, possession of heroin over one half ounce with intent to distribute, maintaining a heroin manufacturing facility and possession of drug paraphernalia. Blaney set bail on Kistner-Killion at $10,000.

Assisting in the investigation as well as the execution of the search warrants were members of the Toms River Police Department ESU and the Toms River Police K-9 Unit, Della Fave said.

Perry's photograph was the only one of the group's that was available Thursday night.
Helen Gomez September 05, 2013 at 05:27 PM
great job TRPD keep cleaning up our town.
Gerard L September 05, 2013 at 05:34 PM
Just a couple of misunderstood youth,repressed by the " system". Just ask there Grandmothers , they'll tell ya! Now somebody please call the public defenders office, these models of society need representation after all !!!! And thank you to the TRPD and ocean county prosecutors office .
Concerned September 05, 2013 at 05:42 PM
That's about 4 blocks from my street, and yet the scumbag on my street continues to sell. I really don't get it.
barbara September 05, 2013 at 06:03 PM
Great job TRPD and all involved, unfortunately, there are probably many more operating as I type this. What area of Toms River is this street?
Concerned September 05, 2013 at 06:08 PM
On Hill Top. I've reported it at nausea.
Gino De Lucia September 06, 2013 at 02:10 AM
Thanks to the Police Department for getting these scumbag losers of our streets. Oh, and by-the-way~ Al Sharpton, how come we don't here from you now?
suz September 06, 2013 at 08:30 AM
I think I will call it as I see it...Gang bangers from Newark, Camden and Lakewood are invading our neighborhoods for the money making profits. Come on white, middle class TR, lets stop defending the fact that these are mostly black pieces of crap that are keeping our kids hooked on drugs. Yes, I said it...they are mainly black thugs who are setting up shop and dealing these drugs from the inner cities and bringing them here to poison the suburbs. Sorry to be so honest and use the words some don't want to say for fear of being bias.
jeff September 06, 2013 at 10:32 AM
Thank you TR police for putting your lives on the line , to bad they'll be out on the streets in no time at all.
Matt Fitz September 06, 2013 at 10:57 AM
We have spent tens of billions of dollars on the so-called War on Drugs. Well, we’ve lost! Do a search for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition LEAP
grace September 06, 2013 at 02:43 PM
suz you are my hero!!! very strong and bold you go girl!!! i didnt know that heroin can be made at home thats frightening
barbara September 06, 2013 at 06:05 PM
so true suz, and yes, a house in my toms river neighborhood was busted a while back, he is a white boy, good kid turned stupid, but was manufacturing this crap in the home. picture that was shown at the time showed hundred packs of dime bags or whatever being manufactured. sad..........
barbara September 06, 2013 at 06:19 PM
So true, Jeff............
Gerard L September 06, 2013 at 07:00 PM
Yea suz you pretty much hit the nail on the head , You can ask any DEA agent or police officer assigned to a street gang unit in NJ and they will tell you exactly what you just posted To be correct .The street gangs have set up in the shore towns " Toms river " and in big numbers for quite some time , and until more money is dedicated to increasing the numbers of police officers assigned to gang units in our towns, and in a big way ,things are going to get worse before they get better .
letsgetreal September 06, 2013 at 07:23 PM
@Matt Where as I agree its a lost war....I would rather them take these pieces of CRAP off the streets that DOLE out Heroin to our youth than argue that Law Enforcement is wasting time! Its a necessary evil Matt.....you will change your tune when you have children of your own one day, bank on it.
grace September 07, 2013 at 08:18 AM
its so true that lakewood pushed these gangs out and they are now in toms river..dont know how safe it is there anymore if you have a business and open early or close late etc....never ever thought i would say we need to get a gun but as crazy as that may sound i am rethinking my position
Gordo K September 07, 2013 at 12:04 PM
Remember, folks, that it takes buyers in order for sellers to prosper.
jeff September 07, 2013 at 12:58 PM
Grace protecting yourself with a firearm outside of your home is illegal in New Jersey. Use pepper spray you'll get in less trouble but by all means get your FID card while you still can , buy a firearm for home protection and defiantly take a firearms safety course. Oh Gordo K , execute dealers and the users will move on.
Alphonse September 08, 2013 at 06:56 AM
With Respect to the dedicated Men and Women in Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue and Emergency Medical Personnel for their value of Life . . . . . . . . Let these stark shrieking realities be spotlighted and broadcast by the wide range media, dare they have courage to see past the adulation of degenerate public figures and celebrities, public spectacle sensationalism or the thoughtless consumption of pop culture glorification. . As we witness the growing sociological despair if not destruction of tormented lives throughout our communities and towns by the spread of deadly addiction, insidious contagions, afflictions and associations linked only to crime within a vast network of narcotics distribution. . The so called 'Drug Hot Spots' are presently known, as are the centers of 'Political and Judicial fear' , not to mention certain drug maintenance programs which should be cost free, yet are merely a 'different kind of network' which in substituting one deadly drug for another may be considered sideshows of Legalized Pharmaceutical Fraud. . Hope lies only through determination of will, honest effective treatments and support from a capable society, and by all means necessary to stop the flow of deadly drugs. . This story however has no foreseeable end.
Frank Ceranko September 09, 2013 at 01:00 AM
Jeff business owners can legally carry weapons in their place of business without anything other than a FID card, no concealed weapons permit needed.
JIM COLETTO September 29, 2013 at 08:20 AM
It's been long over due, these cretins who are selling drugs have no care in the world about your children, the only thing these scum bags see is dollar signs $, not only do we need the police dept working feverishly in stopping this disease but the community must lend a helping hand anyway that they can, be it reporting to police, noticing suspicious deals taking place, with a concerted effort Toms River can clean up this heroin infested scourge.....J


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