Police: Camden couple sold drugs with child in car
WINSLOW TWP., N.J. - February 1, 2014 (WPVI) -- A Camden couple is accused of selling crack cocaine to undercover detectives.
28-year-old Tenielle Fenderson and 31-year-old Henry Jones are facing drug charges after undercover officers allegedly made multiple purchases from the pair.
Investigators say when the couple was arrested, the couple had their 5-week-old baby in their car while they sold crack cocaine to an undercover officer in Winslow Township.
Police say, on a previous sale Fenderson brought along her nine-year-old.
Fenderson is a school crossing guard in Camden and training to be a 911 dispatcher.
Police say child services is temporarily holding the children.
Both Fenderson and Jones are charged with possession/distribution of crack cocaine, endangering the welfare of children, and distribution of crack cocaine in a park zone.
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