Man arrested with drugs and ammo during traffic stop – released on summons under NJ Bail Reform

Clifton, NJ – Police arrested a 34-year-old passaic man during a traffic stop for drugs and possession of ammo charges – then quickly release him under NJ Bail Reform.

According to the South Passaic Daily Voice, two Clifton police officers found hundreds of illegal Oxycodone and Xanax pills and dozens of rounds of ammo – along with a half-pound of pot – during a traffic stop.

Seized were Oxycodone pills, Xanax pills, MDMA, 23 grams of marijuana, 10 hollow-point rounds of ammunition, 36 rounds of other handgun ammunition, a magazine for a handgun, various drug paraphernalia and cash.

The release is just another example of the thousands of unaccountable and FREE TO GO pretrial releases for those criminally charged under the NJ Bail Reform Act.

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