Keansburg man found with four different drugs at home
A Keansburg man is faces a laundry list of charges after police found him allegedly in possession of heroin, cocaine, marijuana and xanax.
Police only said it stemmed from an on-going investigation that led to the arrest of Joseph Ferraro.
The 21-year old was arrested on June 19 by the Keansburg Street Crimes Unit at his Oak Street home and charged with 4 counts of Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, 2 counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute, and 2 counts of Possession to Distribute within 500 feet of a public park/public housing.
Ferraro was brought to Monmouth County Correctional Institute to await a bail hearing, pursuant to NJ Bail Reform.
The investigation was handled by Det/Lt. William Brink, Detective Jason Lopez, Detective Richard Johnson, Detective Thomas Sheehan, and Det/Lt. Michael Deaney, along with the assistance of Middletown Police Department Patrolman Stephen Greenwood and K-9 Koda.
All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
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