Boonton Township police arrested a Rockaway woman accused of bringing marijuana to the Boonton police station.
According to authorities, the 41-year-old suspect was pulled over by police while driving on Rockaway Valley Road in Boonton Township, NJ.
After stopping the suspect’s vehicle, police officers notified Morris County police and requested backup. A K-9 unit was dispatched to the scene to assist the Boonton NJ police officers.
The Morris County K-9 unit quickly determined that there was probable cause to search the suspect’s car. Boonton police then impounded the vehicle.
Police later obtained a search warrant and searched the motor vehicle. The search allegedly led to police discovering a number of Tupperware containers filled with marijuana. Additionally, police allegedly found drug paraphernalia in the car.
Boonton Township police called the suspect and instructed her to turn herself in to law enforcement. Remarkably, when the suspect arrived at the Boonton police station, she was allegedly in possession of another marijuana-filled container. According to prosecutors, the container with the pot was similar to the Tupperware containers discovered in the suspect’s car.
The suspect is now subject to severe penalties as a result of criminal charges for simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
To learn more about this case, go to the NJ.com article entitled “Woman Allegedly Brought Pot with Her to Boonton Township Police Station.”