Two Arrests Made After Lengthy Investigation Into Illegal Vapes By Brick Street Crimes Unit

On Thursday, December 14, 2023 the Brick Township Police Department Street Crimes Unit (SCU), concluded a lengthy investigation for the sale of THC vape products. During the investigation, the SCU determined two businesses in Brick, Welsh Farms (1765 Rt. 88) and Pantry Farm (2085 Rt. 88) were selling and distributing illegal THC products. With the execution of two search warrants, and with the assistance from the Ocean County Narcotics Strike Force, NJ Treasury Department and NJ Consumers Affair Division, both businesses were inspected and searched.
Sarajbit Kaur, 46 years old from Brick was arrested and charged with the following: Five counts of distributions of THC products, Intent to distribute THC products, two counts of possession of prescription legend drugs and money laundering. Kaur was processed and released on a summons.
Mannu Prasad, 61 years old from Brick was arrested and charged with the following: Three counts of Conspiracy to distribute THC products, intent to distribute THC products, intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance in the form of Psilocybin and money laundering. Prasad was processed and released on a summons.
The Department of the Treasury and Consumer Affairs conducted an inspection at Welsh Farms and will be filing charges for the following: Sale of expired medication, sale of flavored vape products and attempt to sell or offer for sale merchandise without tag or label.
The Department of the Treasury and Consumer Affairs conducted an inspection at Pantry Farm and will be filing charges for the following: sale of expired medication, sale of flavored vape products prohibited, unregistered weighing and measuring device and failure to have registration certificate.
The NJ Department of Health and the NJ division of State Lottery will be following up at both locations with an inspection of their own for any other violations.
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