TEANECK, N.J. -- Teaneck police busted five people during a drug raid that turned up some pot and paraphernalia at a local home.
A Bergen County Sheriff's K-9 unit assisted in the Prince Street raid on Thursday, Police Chief Robert A. Carney said Friday.
Two residents and six other people were in the house during the warranted raid, which followed a months-long investigation, the chief said.
Police found a small amount of marijuana, along with scales and bags used to sell pot, he said.
Released on charges of possessing a small amount of marijuana and paraphernalia with the intent to distribute both were Daniel Hall, Idris Mulk, and Canija Harris, who also was charged with a disorderly persons marijuana possession offense, Carney said.
Receiving summons for disorderly persons marijuana possession were Rhonda Sayed and Orandena Hinds, he said.
All were given March 9 Municipal Court dates, the chief said.
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