Lewis Township, Pa. – A New Jersey man traveling on Interstate 80 in Union County has been charged after police stopped the vehicle and found three bags of crack cocaine and four bricks of heroin.
According to Private Christopher Isbitski of the State Police Central Canine Unit, he stopped a vehicle on June 1 in which Nyjuane Kelly, 39, of Irvington, was a passenger. During the traffic stop on I-80 in Lewis Township, Isbitski contacted Kelly and noted that “numerous indicators of criminal activity were observed,” according to the affidavit.
The men gave their consent to a search, and Isbitski found the narcotics in the vehicle, which Kelly admitted to be his.
Kelly received four felony charges of possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver and one misdemeanor possession charge. Appeals District Judge John H. Reed arraigned Kelly and set bail at $300,000.