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Madison Police Seize Drugs and Arrest Two from Main Street Residence


MADISON, NJ - Lee Bradford, Jr., 49 years old and Lesia Lindsay, 48 years old, both of Madison, were arrested on July 8, 2013 at approximately 10:00 p.m. by Det. Kenneth Shannon and were placed in the Morris County Correctional Facility.

The Madison Police Detective Bureau had been conducting a thorough investigation and surveillance of Bradford and Lindsay's Madison Main Street address for several months after it was brought to their attention that the two were selling dangerous drugs from their place of residence near the Madison Junior School.  Police removed quantities of heroin, crack cocaine and packaging materials as well as a small quantity of marijuana from the Main Street location.

Since both Bradford and Lindsay resided within 1,000 feet of the Madison Junior School, they  were each charged with three counts of possession of Schedule I drugs with the intent to distribute them, three counts of  possession of Schedule 1 drugs, possession of 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.   Bail was set for Bradford and Lindsay at $100,000 each without a 10% option by the Madison Municipal Court Judge in lieu of bail.

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