YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: A routine traffic stop by the Bergen County Sheriff’s new Bureau of Police Services led to the arrests of two Dominican nationals and the seizure of heroin, various credit cards in different names and $8,741 in cash.
Officer Robert Duboue, an experienced narcotics detector, stopped their vehicle for an non-signaled lane change on eastbound Route 46 in Fort Lee yesterday and obtained a content to search it after smelling marijuana, said BCSO spokesman Anthony Cureton.
Jose Gregorio Martinez, 48 (above, left), and 23-year-old Julio Moya Nunez (right) were being held on $5,000 bail each in the Bergen County Jail, charged with drug possession and financial facilitation of criminal activity.
The Bureau of Police Services was formerly the Bergen County Police Department before it was consolidated into the sheriff’s office earlier this month.
MUGSHOTS: Courtesy BERGEN COUNTY SHERIFF
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