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Friday, 8 May 2009

Antoine Ahiem, described as a member of the Double ii set of the Bloods street gang, was charged

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Antoine Ahiem, 23, of Millville, was arrested along with township residents Ozell Sutton, 26, and Angel Fontanez, 18, police said.Member of the Bloods street gang was charged with numerous drug and weapon offenses Wednesday night after a fight in the Sunbury Village section of town.Officers responded at 8:15 p.m. to a report of a fight on Kinsley Road involving several men with weapons. Several people fled when police arrived, including Ahiem, Sutton and Fontanez. The three men were taken into custody a short time later inside a nearby home they had broken into in order to hide, police said.Further investigation led to the recovery of a backpack that Ahiem is alleged to have placed in a rear shed before hiding inside the home with the other two suspects. The backpack contained a 9mm handgun loaded with hollow-point ammunition, additional rounds of conventional ammunition, a digital scale, Ahiem's driver's license and 45 bags of crack cocaine, police said.The gun was determined to have been stolen in 2008 from a township resident's home. Police said Ahiem is believed to have brandished the weapon during the fight but did not fire it.
No serious injuries were reported from the fight. The cause of the altercation and the number of people involved were not released.
Police said Ahiem, whom they described as a member of the Double ii set of the Bloods street gang, was charged with drug possession, drug possession with the intent to distribute, unlawful possession of a handgun, possession of a handgun while distributing drugs, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, possession of prohibited ammunition, receiving stolen property, burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia. He initially was lodged in Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly on $150,000 bail.During Ahiem's first appearance in Superior Court on Thursday, Judge Cornelius Sullivan reduced his bail to $100,000 cash, authorities said.Sutton and Fontanez were charged with burglary and lodged in Burlington County Jail on $35,000 bail apiece, police said.No charges were filed related to the fight. Police said an investigation into the altercation is ongoing.Court records showed that Ahiem also was charged with multiple drug and weapon offenses in August stemming from a drug raid at the Browns Woods Apartments complex on Trenton Road. During the raid, police confiscated a stolen handgun, cash, several bags of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, illegal ammunition and various items of gang paraphernalia.That case is still awaiting trial in Superior Court.

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