On 5/27/13 at approximately 2354 hours, Ptl. Michael Anderson stopped a motor vehicle for a motor vehicle violation in the Quick Chek parking lot, located on County Route 571. As the vehicle came to a stop, the driver, later identified as Aldo Ventiere, age 33 of Toms River exited the vehicle and fled on foot. Anderson exited his patrol vehicle and pursued Ventiere on foot.  Upon the arrival of other officers, it was learned from witnesses that as Anderson chased the operator, a passenger of the vehicle exited, grabbed something off the ground, re-entered the vehicle and then drove from the scene.  A search of the area resulted in the arrest of Ventiere who was found hiding in the wooded area behind the Quick Chek.  Ventiere was searched and found to be in possession of “six” bags of Heroin and drug paraphernalia. A DMV look-up on the registration plates came back to an address in Toms River.  Officers from the Toms River Police Department responded to the address and confirmed that the vehicle was at the residence. Sgt. Salvatore Ventre and Ptl. Vincent Derome responded to the residence along with Toms River Police and were able to identify the person who had driven the suspect vehicle from the scene as Ryan Hildebrandt (age 30 of Toms River).  Hildebrandt was arrested and charged with Obstructing the Administration of Law.  A consent search of the vehicle resulted in negative results.  Ventiere, was charged with Hindering, Resisting by flight, Obstructing, Resisting Arrest, as well as for Possession of Heroin, Possession of drug paraphernalia and multiple motor vehicle violations. Bail was set in the amount of $10,000 with no 10% option. Ventiere was transported to the Ocean County Jail on Manchester’s charges, in addition to over $100,000 dollars in outstanding warrants stemming from multiple jurisdictions.  Hildebrandt was later released on a summons pending court.