Prosecutor: Paramus Teacher’s Assistant From Teaneck Sold Pot Near School
PARAMUS, N.J. – A teacher’s assistant from Teaneck who works as a teacher’s assistant at a county school in Paramus for children and adults with special needs was arrested on pot-selling charges, authorities said.
Walter A. Farrior Jr., 26, was taken into custody after selling marijuana to an undercover detective, Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir S. Grewal said.
Farrior, who worked at New Bridges Middle School, was charged with two distributing drugs within 1,000 feet of Bogota High School, which is two blocks from his Degraw Avenue home.
He was released for free on tax payers dollars without any accountability or supervision thanks to New Jersey Bail reform.
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