Three Ocean County men, including one wearing an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet, were arrested and more than 500 doses of heroin seized during a motor vehicle stop in Howell last week, police said Wednesday.
Roosevelt Harris, 38, of Brick; Jerel Wallace, 40, of Asbury Park and Brick, and Rashon Brown, 34, of Brick, were arrested April 11, Howell Detective Sgt. Christian Antunez said Wednesday.
Harris additionally was charged with possession of marijuana and issued a motor vehicle summons for possession of CDS in a motor vehicle.
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