SPARTA, NJ – A traffic stop yielded 100 wax folds of heroin and a drugged driver.  On October 2 around 11:15 p.m. Officer Thomas Herd stopped Jacob Parry 32, because the license plate light was broken the blue Ford he was driving on Route 15, police said.

When Herd spoke with the Lord’s Valley, Pennsylvania resident, the officer thought Parry might be high.  Herd had Parry perform field sobriety tests and then took him into custody, police said.

Parry was brought to Sparta Police Department Headquarters for processing. When officers searched Parry’s car they found 100 wax folds of heroin stamped UGLY along with six hypodermic needles, police said. 

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After Parry was breath tested and D.R.E. tested he was charged with possession of heroin, possession of hypodermic needles, under the influence of heroin, DWI, careless driving, unclear plates, cracked windshield and controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle, police said.

Parry was given a court date. Because of his criminal history, Parry’s complaints were put on warrants and he was brought to Keoghs Dwyer Correctional Facility to await his court appearance.