FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Drugs and loaded firearms were seized following a raid of a Handy Street home in New Brunswick following a month-long investigation into the distribution of narcotics in Franklin Township and New Brunswick, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson. 

Monique R. Walker, 28 and Ronda Walker, 49 were arrested March 15;, Dymarkis T. Walker, 27 turned himself into police without incident on March 19, according to Robertson. 

"Detectives seized approximately 15 grams of synthetic marijuana, 30 grams of bulk heroin, 10 grams of packaged heroin, six grams of crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia, $769, one loaded black Hi-Point 9 mm handgun and one loaded silver Smith & Wesson .45 caliber handgun," Robertson said. 

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According to authorities, the 9 mm was reported stolen. 

"The synthetic marijuana seized has an estimated street value of $300," Robertson added. "The bulk heroin has an estimated street value of $300. The packaged heroin has an estimated street value of $350. The crack cocaine has an estimated street value of $600."

The Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office Organized Crime and Narcotics Task Force along with members of the New Brunswick Police Department and the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office conducted the investigation and were issued a search warrant for the Handy Street home, according to authorities. 

Ronda Walker was charged with second degree, endangering the welfare of a child, and fourth degree, possession of CDS synthetic marijuana.

Monique R. Walker was charged with second degree, distribution of CDS heroin, second degree, possession of a firearm while committing a CDS offense, second degree, endangering the welfare of a child, and third degree, theft, according to authorities.  

Dymarkis T. Walker was charged with second degree, possession with intent to distribute CDS heroin, second degree, possession of a firearm while committing a CDS offense, second degree, endangering the welfare of a child, and third degree, receiving stolen property, according to authorities. 

Monique R. Walker and Dymarkis T. Walker will remain at Somerset County Jail pending a bail detention hearing, according to authorities. Police say Ronda Walker was released on her own recognizance pending a first appearance court date.