Butler police found three bricks of heroin and packaging materials during a traffic stop.

Released for free (on tax payers expense) without any accountability or supervision thanks to NJ Bail Reform.

Police pulled over a car on Route 23 on Sunday afternoon after noticing the license plate was partially obstructed and the rear passenger was not wearing a seatbelt. During the traffic stop, police said the front passenger was “acting extremely nervous.” Police saw rubber bands and ripped pieces of glassine folds commonly used to package heroin on the floor of the vehicle, and found that the driver and both passengers had suspended licenses. Police searched the car and found multiple empty glassine folds, three bricks of heroin and a grinder. All three in the car were arrested.

William Clyburn, 39, of Patterson and Lauren Coleman, 36, from Garfield,were charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and released for free due to NJ Bail Reform that took place on January 1, 2017.

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