Drug Paraphernalia Found at Possible New Jersey Meth House

Drug Paraphernalia Found at Possible New Jersey Meth HousePhoto courtesy of the North Bergen Police.

Police responded to a call about a water leak in a North Bergen apartment and ended up discovering materials used to produce crystal meth from an apartment above it. That's where police found 31-year-old Leonardo Pons "disoriented in the bathroom and did not appear to know what was happening." They also saw Jasmin Assad "leave the bedroom and noticed a glass pipe and a plate of what appeared to be cocaine resting on the living room table."

Both were arrested, and several drug related materials were found in the apartment, including "gas masks, two five-gallon containers of gasoline and water and several smaller quart-sized containers filled with unknown liquids." Not quite like the lab Walter and Jesse had on Breaking Bad, but still pretty incriminating.

[via Gothamist]

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