Three Arrested For Possession Of CDS, Were Released For Free From Bergen County Jail, Thanks To NJ Bail Reform
GLEN ROCK, N.J. – A wanted West Milford ex-con with a history of drug-related crimes and two companions – a Westchester County man who was also wanted — had 50 bags of heroin when a Glen Rock police detective stopped their car, authorities said Monday.
Michael Dellapenna, 29, and 28-year-old Buchanan, NY resident Matthew Troccoli were passengers in the car stopped by Detective Michael Trover last Tuesday night, Police Chief Dean Ackermann told Daily Voice.
McKinnon also received a trio of summonses — for having drugs in a motor vehicle, no side view mirrors and not wearing a seat belt, he said.
Troccoli, who was charged with drug and paraphernalia possession and hindering his arrest by providing false information, was wanted on warrants out of state court in Passaic County and municipal courts in Clifton, Bloomfield and East Orange, the chief said.
Dellapenna, who also was charged with heroin and paraphernalia possession, had two active warrants out of Wanaque, he said.
They were released for free (on tax payers dollars) without any accountability thanks to NJ Bail Reform.
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