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(June 28, 2013)--Officers of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office fugitive unit this week arrested five men and one woman who had outstanding warrants involving charges for burglary,  assaulting a law enforcement officer, theft and narcotics possession.

 

Taken into custody 6/25 was Erving D. Davis  (10/18/69), of National Park, at his residence, on a bench warrant for failing to appear at a pre-arraignment conference on a narcotics possession charge.

 

Also arrested 6/25/ was Christopher Bender (DOB 10/11/89), of Sewell, at his residence, on a warrant for failing to appear for sentencing on a shoplifting charge.

 

The other four arrests were on 6/27. They are:  Samantha M. Bowers-Shonewise  (DOB 7/2/94), of Deptford,  charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer in Deptford;  Roland L. Cardenas  (DOB 10/15/94), of Deptford, charged with possession of narcotics in Deptford;  Terrell Mosley (DOB 10/21/87), of Williamstown, arrested in Cherry Hill  on a bench warrant for failing to appear for sentencing on a burglary and Brian Green  (DOB 9/23/81), of  Woodbury, arrested in Gibbstown on a warrant for failing to appear for sentencing on a charge of possession of marijuana. All were held without bail.

 

“Our fugitive unit officers work all hours of the day to find dangerous offenders and get them off the streets,”  said Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean F. Dalton. 

 

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