PARSIPPANY — Multiple Officers responded to the Bank of America, 1072 Route 46 at North Beverwyck Road, for a suspicious vehicle, whose occupant may be tampering with the ATM.
Upon their arrival they found the vehicle, a 2017 Jeep Compass in the rear of the lot. After a brief investigation Emre Ozyemisci, 30, Parsippany, was placed under arrest by Patrol Officer Ryan Taylor for driving while intoxicated.
He was subsequently found to be in possession ten glassine folds of suspected heroin, two empty glassine folds, one cut straw commonly used to ingest CDS, one small plastic baggie with a crushed pill believed to be heart medication, and 7.5 pills of suspected suboxone.
Ozyemisci was transported to police headquarters for processing at which time he was charged with one count of Third Degree Possession of CDS (Heroin); one count of Third Degree Possession of CDS (Suboxone); one count of Third Degree Tampering; Failure to give CDS to Police, a Disorderly Persons Offense; Being under the Influence of CDS without a Prescription, a Disorderly Persons Offense; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and
Driving While Intoxicated.
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