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Two New York Metropolis residents face expenses in Harrison.
HARRISON – State police stated a rushing cease left them with a hefty haul of contraband on Monday.
Police stated they discovered cocaine, counterfeit cash and fireworks after pulling over a automotive on Interstate 287 in Harrison. Two New York Metropolis residents, Jamar Johnson and Arnisha Chery, are dealing with felony fees.
Troopers stopped the automotive because it traveled east at 7:27 p.m. Monday. Police stated that, whereas interviewing Johnson, who was driving, they discovered possible trigger to look the automotive, Johnson and Chery.
Johnson, 29, and Chery, 21, are accused of getting 2.9 grams of cocaine, 2.four grams of marijuana, a $one hundred counterfeit invoice and unlawful fireworks. They have been arrested and arraigned Tuesday in Harrison City Courtroom, the place they’re due again on Aug. 1.
Johnson, a resident of the Bronx, faces felony costs of first-diploma forgery and fifth-diploma felony possession of a managed substance, and misdemeanor counts of false personation and unlawfully possessing or promoting noxious matter. He additionally faces violations of illegal possession of marijuana and illegal possession of fireworks.
Chery, from Manhattan, was charged with felony counts of first-diploma forgery and fifth-diploma felony possession of a managed substance, in addition to a misdemeanor rely of second-diploma obstructing governmental administration. She additionally faces violations of illegal possession of marijuana and illegal possession of fireworks.
Johnson and Chery are each being held on the Westchester County jail on $2,500 bail.
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