Parsippany NJ police recently arrested two men accused of illegally selling prescription drugs and synthetic drugs at an adult video store.
The suspects, a Parsippany man and a Livingston man, have been accused of conspiring to sell drugs to customers of an adult video store located on Route 46 in Parsippany, New Jersey. The Parsippany man reportedly owns the store, while the Livingston man is believed to be a store employee.
The Parsippany Police Department started an investigation into the suspects after getting multiple tips that synthetic drugs were being sold at the video store. Police eventually obtained and executed a search warrant, allegedly turning up more than 100 packages of synthetic drugs that included imitation Xanax and nail polish removers being marketed as inhalants.
The two suspects have been charged with a number of very serious drug crimes, including conspiracy to distribute imitation controlled dangerous substances (CDS), conspiracy to distribute prescription drugs, and conspiracy to distribute toxic chemicals.
After being arrested and processed, the suspects were transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown, NJ. The Livingston posted $150,000 bail and secured his release, while the Parsippany suspect remained held at the jail in lieu of $125,000 bail.
For more information about this case, access the NJ.com article, “Adult Video Store in Parsippany Sold Synthetic Drugs, Cops Say.”