A city man wanted for allegedly dealing drugs while out on parole was arrested on Friday afternoon with an assortment of drugs, according to Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik.
Jermaine Tinsley, 29-year-old, was allegedly hiding out at the second-floor of 220 17th Avenue, when authorities were tipped off.
Detectives recovered a large bag in Tinsley’s front pants pocket that contained 288 glassine envelopes of heroin stamped “Take Over” in purple ink, 29 orange vials of crack cocaine, and 3 grams of “Molly.”
Authorities said drugs seized is valued at $2,000. He was charged with six drug offenses, authorities said.
Tinsley had other outstanding warrants out of Hudson County, Teaneck, and Paterson, authorities said.