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Lower Township Police Stop Motor Vehicle, Two Individuals Arrested

 

LOWER TOWNSHIP NJ (August 6, 2020)--On Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at approximately 7:06 p.m., detectives from the Lower Township Police Department, with the assistance of uniformed patrol officers, conducted a motor vehicle stop on a 2011 Chevy Camaro in the 500 block of Seashore Rd., in the Erma section of the Township.

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Two male subjects occupied the vehicle. The driver, identified as Jacob Eck, an 18 year old, unemployed male from the Villas, was being sought on an arrest warrant for Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Subsequent investigation resulted in the arrest of the passenger in the vehicle for unrelated offenses.    
 
Nelson Servando Ferguson was charged as being a Fugitive from Justice out of the State of Florida. He is wanted by Florida authorities for Attempted Murder charges. According to Florida authorities, he discharged a firearm into a residence, which resulted in several gunshot wounds to a woman inside the home. Additionally, his out of state charges included several narcotics related offenses in Florida. Therefore, he is facing extradition back to that state. During the investigation, Ferguson gave officers a false name and date of birth. When they confronted him with his actual identity, he fled on foot. After a brief foot chase, he was taken into custody without incident.
 
Both men were subsequently transported to Lower Township Police Headquarters for processing.  At the conclusion of their processing, they were transported to the Cape May County Correctional Facility, awaiting a detention hearing and an extradition hearing respectively.
 
The Lower Township Police Department’s Detective Division conducted this investigation with the assistance of the Patrol Division.  Residents are reminded to report suspicious activity to the Lower Township Police Department at 609-886-2711.

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