WESTAMPTON, NJ – Three individuals are facing charges after several incidents along the New Jersey Turnpike on Tuesday, May 26, according to reports.
First, a car broke down on the New Jersey Turnpike near milepost 40.7 and a trooper witnessed a man and woman walking away from a Chrysler Sebring around 8:30 p.m. The trooper also saw the two individuals enter a wooded area along the road.
Charles Goodema, 41, and Megan Winters, 27, were arrested at a nearby gas station in Mount Laurel and charged for possession of illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia.
Later, police received reports of a pedestrian accident. It was the driver of the vehicle, Mark McCarrie, 34.
McCarrie had been hit by a tractor trailer and transported to a hospital to treat non-life threatening injuries.
He was also charged for possession of illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia and accused of driving while intoxicated.
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