MONROE TWP. — Toney Williams, 20, of Williamstown, was arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery that took place March 26 on Broadlane Road.
It was abut 2:30 in the morning when the 91-year-old female resident was startled when three males entered through a locked window, brandishing sawed-off shotguns and demanding cash, gold and drugs, said police.
The trio fled after taking jewelry, cash, credit cards and other personal items, police said.
A description of a suspect allowed investigators to quickly identify Williams as a suspect and, with the assistance of Cherry Hill Police, made a vehicle stop at about 4 p.m. Thursday, April 2. The execution of search warrants at Williams’ vehicle and residence turned up evidence and proceeds from the robbery, said police.
Williams was charged with robbery, aggravated assault, theft, burglary and weapons offenses and was committed to the Salem County Jail in lieu of $100,000 full-cash bail, police said. He was additionally charged with possession of marijuana and weapons offenses by Cherry Hill Police.
Moustapha Hamer Ross-Poole, 21, of Williamstown, was arrested during the car stop and charged with possession of marijuana and weapons offenses, as well as being a wanted person by Camden County. He was sent to the Camden County Jail, police said.
Additional charges for his involvement in the home-invasion and for credit card theft in Camden — for using the victim’s credit card — are pending, said police.
Ashley Pozo, 20, of Cherry Hill, was charged during the vehicle stop with possession of marijuana and weapons offenses. She was served with complaint summonses and released.
Monroe police are still attempting to identify any other suspects from the home invasion, Anyone with information is urged to call Detective Jules Maiorano ay 856-728-9800, ext. 236.