LYNDHURST, NJ – A driver was arrested on multiple drug charges after being stopped by police in Lyndhurst, according to the Daily Voice.
Witnesses told police that 52-year-old David Moran had passed out behind the wheel of a car on Park Avenue near a local Burger King restaurant.
Police issued an alert after Moran pulled away and drove onto Route 3 in Rutherford. He was eventually stopped after driving across the Kingsland Avenue Bridge back into Lyndhurst.
Authorities said Moran was in possession of Xanax, a bag containing several heroin folds, and two bottles of urine that were apparently intended to help him evade detection on a drug test.
He has been charged with being under the influence of drugs, drug possession and attempting to defraud the administration of a drug test.
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