NEWTON, NJ—A Wantage woman is facing drug charges following a call to Newton Police Department from a concerned citizen. On Sunday, May 27 at 8:36 p.m. the Newton Police Dept. received information that a woman was walking on Mill Street, police report.

Kimberly Vandermark, 23, of Wantage was located on Mill Street. The officer found Vandermark had an outstanding warrant out of the Sussex County Superior Court, according to police.

When she was taken into custody she was searched.  The office found Suboxone in her purse along with several hypodermic needles, a metal spoon and a shoe lace, police report.

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Vandermark was charged with possession of a prescription legend drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of hypodermic syringes, before being lodged in the Sussex County Jail on the outstanding warrant.

A case is pending a June 12 appearance in Newton Municipal Court. Newton Police Department investigating Officers were Ptl. John Flanagan, Ptl. Jared Zappa, Sgt. Michael Monaco and Ptl. Anthony Keiling.