A 30-year-old Secaucus man was arrested Monday evening after a suspected drug deal and found to have human growth hormone and drug paraphernalia at 9th and Clarendon Streets, police said.
Secaucus Police said they received a call on Feb. 13 from an off-duty Hudson County Sheriff’s officer, who reported seeing a possible drug transaction take place in the area.
After an investigation and questioning, police arrested Aleksanda Ilc of Secaucus, who was found to have 10 needles and syringes, as well as five or more units of Kigropin, a form of human growth hormone, without a prescription, police said.
The individual is slated to appear in court on Feb. 22.
Information for this column was provided by Chief of Detectives, Capt. John Buckley, of the Secaucus Police Department and reported by eSecaucus.com. Reports of charges do not imply guilt or innocence.
Sun., Feb. 12 – Police were called to the Verizon Wireless store on Mill Creek Drive on a report of a burglary and theft in the early morning hours.
Police responding at 4:20 a.m. said individuals forced entry and stole electronic devices from the store. The devices were later recovered after a security guard spotted the suspected burglars and followed them to North Bergen, where the actors crashed their vehicle near 46th Street and Tonnelle Ave. and fled the scene.
An investigation is ongoing.
Sat., Feb. 11 – The parent of a Secaucus juvenile initiated a complaint against a 17-year-old Secaucus male at 6:45 p.m.