Parsippany man charged with using minor to sell drugs
PARSIPPANY, NEW JERSEY - A Parsippany man was arrested last week and charged with using a minor to help peddle drugs in the township, Patrolman Earl Kinsey said.
The investigation began in April when police received tips that Brian Morrison, 18, was selling drugs, Kinsey said. Police gathered evidence and got a search warrant for his Lake Hiawatha home.
Police found a black case containing small zip-lock type bags, a glass jar containing marijuana, a small digital scale, a small bag of marijuana, a glass bong, a small quantity of a Hallucinogenic Drug called "Bromo-DragonFLY", an unlabeled prescription bottle containing 90 orange capsules and a stolen laptop computer, Kinsey said.
Morrison was charged with possession of a prescription drug without a prescription, possession of a hallucinogenic drug, theft, distribution of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and employing a person under 17 years of age to distribute a controlled dangerous substance. Morrison was taken to Morris County jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.
May 10th 2012
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Parsippany man charged with using minor to sell drugs (bromo-dragonFLY)