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Galloway Police Charge Three With Weapons, Narcotics and Theft After Out of Control Party

Two Galloway men and an Egg Harbor City man were charged with motor vehicle burglaries, theft, unlawful possession of a weapon, receiving stolen property and possession of CDS.

Three people were charged with weapons, narcotics and theft after Galloway Police investigated an out of control party early Sunday morning, police announced on Monday.

James Putney, 20 of Galloway, Joseph Kovsh, 19 of Galloway, and Philip Vogelman, 19 of Egg Harbor City, were charged with motor vehicle burglaries, theft, unlawful possession of a weapon, receiving stolen property and possession of CDS.

Police responded to the 700 block of Second Avenue just after midnight Sunday morning for a large party out of control and individuals fighting at a local motel.

During the investigation, police uncovered stolen property and a shotgun.

Police obtained search warrants and further discovered numerous items previously reported stolen from car burglaries two nights earlier.

Putney, Kovsh and Vogelman were lodged in the Atlantic County Justice Facility in default of bail.

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