FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 30, 2022
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Public Information Unit (609) 882-2000
SFC Lawrence Peele - ext. 6531
Sgt. Philip Curry - ext. 6515
Sgt. Alejandro Goez - ext. 6527
Tpr. II Charles Marchan - ext. 6513
Tpr. Brandi Slota - ext. 6515
Union Township, N.J - The New Jersey State Police have arrested Bradley Walsh, 50, and Kathleen Grabowski, 47, both of Union Township, N.J., for various drug and weapon offenses after a two-month drug investigation.
During the month of October, detectives from the Strategic Investigations Unit-North obtained information that Walsh was allegedly selling narcotics in the Hunterdon County area. Through various investigative means, troopers determined that Walsh and Grabowski were conducting illegal drug activity out of their residence in Union Township, Hunterdon County.
On November 22, detectives with assistance from the State Police T.E.A.M.S Unit, K9 Unit, Criminal Investigation Office, and Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office executed search warrants at their residence and on a vehicle. As a result, detectives arrested Walsh and Grabowski and seized 5 rifles, 4 handguns, $1,450 worth of methamphetamine, $6,000 worth of marijuana, $600 worth of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) gel tabs, $500 worth of psilocybin mushrooms, and more than $890 cash.
Bradley Walsh was charged with the following:
Kathleen Grabowski was charged with the following:
Both suspects were lodged in the Warren County Jail pending a bail detention hearing. This case is being prosecuted by the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office.
Troopers from Troop “B” Washington Station and Perryville Station also assisted with the investigation.
All suspects were lodged in the Monmouth County Correctional Institution pending a bail detention hearing. This case is being prosecuted by the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
Charges are mere accusations, and the accused is considered innocent until proven guilty.
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