CAMDEN, NJ — A woman wanted in Gloucester County — with a warrant for endangering the welfare of a child which led to their death — was arrested Friday after she was tracked down by members of the Camden County Sheriff's Office.
Jeani M. Hull, 32, was reportedly staying in Camden city following the incident that led to her warrants, according to authorities.
The Sheriff’s officers, with help from the U.S. Marshal’s Service and the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, located Hull after she was spotted at roughly 7:30 p.m. on Friday, "in the woods adjacent to Ferry Avenue in South Camden."
After a two-block foot pursuit, in which she reportedly refused to surrender, Hull was taken into custody.
“This multi-pronged effort by several units of the Sheriff’s Office, Marshal’s, Task Force, Deptford Police Department and the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, got a suspect off the street that was wanted in other jurisdictions for serious crimes,” said Camden County Sheriff "Whip" Wilson. “This was a true team effort, and everyone executed their tasks flawlessly getting the suspect into custody in a timely manner and without a hitch.”
In addition to her sentencing warrant, Hull was charged with an additional count of resisting arrest by the Sheriff’s Office.
She was later transferred back to the Deptford Police Department.