GLOUCESTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT NABS 40th FUGITIVE SINCE INCEPTION OF "TEN MOST WANTED LIST"
(Woodbury, NJ) - Gloucester County Sheriff Carmel Morina announced today that four more fugitives from the Sheriff's Most Wanted List have been captured. This brings the total of Forty (40) fugitives captured since the inception of Sheriff Morina's Ten Most Wanted List in January of 2010.Sheriff Morina started his Most Wanted List in hopes that the public would be of some help in capturing the Sheriffs Most Wanted fugitives from Gloucester County.
"Chief Ken Villanova and all of the Detectives from our Field Services Division do a great job every day," said Sheriff Morina. "They are putting their lives on the line every time they pursue one of these fugitives, you just never know what people will do in a desperate situation," stated Morina."Once they are captured these fugitives, most of the time, are going directly to the County Jail", stated Morina.
- On April 26, 2011 Sheriff's Officers arrested #10 on the Sheriff's Most Wanted List. Marie Roche was arrested in West Deptford and was wanted for Failure to Appear and Violation of Probation. Roche was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail.
- Arrested on May 3, 2011, in Camden City was Kenneth Thomas. Thomas was wanted on Failure to Appear and Violation of Probation Warrants. He was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail.
- Arrested on May 27th was Annie Murphy who was wanted for Failure to Appear and Violation of Probation charges. Murphy was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail.
- The 40th capture for the Sheriff's Office was Charles Rose arrested on June 14, 2011 while walking down the street in his hometown of Williamstown. Rose was on the Sheriff's Ten Most Wanted List since the spring of 2010 and was wanted for owing over $90,000 in back child support list.
For further information and to view the Gloucester County Sheriff's Ten Most Wanted List please go to;
If you know the whereabouts or have any information of someone on our list, please call Chief Ken Villanova at 856-384-4625.