Like fish trapped in a barrel, four people in a Monroe Township home found themselves targeted by police during a raid this week. Indeed, the cops invaded the home and arrested four people after a five-month investigation. Along the way, they allegedly found heroin, crack cocaine, and marijuana. Consequently, the cops charged the various individuals with heroin possession, cocaine possession, possession of marijuana under 50 grams, distribution/manufacture of heroin, distribution/manufacture of cocaine, and drug paraphernalia.
But here is a question. Specifically, why does nj dot com have only scant details to report? Most likely nj dot com got its information from a news release, which some would consider a tool of government propaganda. Read more
Fair Lawn Police charged a man with marijuana possession, and other crimes, per patch dot com. First, the cops found alleged marijuana in a car near a school. Later, they seized a bag with more than six ounces of suspected weed in the man’s home, per the news. Read more
Police in Brick Township, New Jersey, recently seized about seven pounds of marijuana and other contraband, according to the media. Initially, the officers accompanied DCPP, allegedly to check on children in a residence, according to nj dot com. Next, while inside the residence, the cops entered a room and allegedly found a duffle bag with marijuana, according to the press. Consequently, among other allegations, police charged a suspect with marijuana possession with intent to distribute, according to app dot com. News reports do not indicate the police had a warrant. Read more