Boonton Township police arrested a Rockaway NJ woman who allegedly brought marijuana to the Boonton police headquarters.
According to law enforcement, the 41-year-old suspect was stopped while driving on Rockaway Valley Road in Boonton Township, New Jersey.
After pulling over the car, police officers contacted Morris County police and requested assistance. A K-9 unit soon arrived at the scene and helped the Boonton police officers.
The Morris County K-9 unit determined that probable cause existed to search the suspect’s vehicle. Police then impounded the car.
Boonton police later obtained a search warrant and conducted a search of the car, which allegedly turned up multiple Tupperware containers filled with marijuana. Police also allegedly discovered drug paraphernalia in the motor vehicle.
Boonton Township police contacted the suspect and told her that she needed to turn herself in to authorities. Remarkably, when the suspect showed up at the Boonton police station, she was allegedly carrying another marijuana-filled container. According to officials, the container with the pot was virtually identical to the Tupperware containers found in the suspect’s vehicle.
As a result of both incidents, the suspect faces very serious charges for simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
For further information about this case, access the NJ.com article entitled “Woman Allegedly Brought Pot with Her to Boonton Township Police Station.”