Major prescription drug bust made by Irvington PD

More than 95 bottles of illegally obtained prescription drugs and hundreds of dollars were confiscated through a search warrant from a house on Stockman Place.
More than 95 bottles of illegally obtained prescription drugs and hundreds of dollars were confiscated through a search warrant from a house on Stockman Place.

IRVINGTON, NJ — Irvington’s Mayor Tony Vauss and Public Safety Director Tracy Bowers announced
A major prescription drug bust happened on Saturday, Feb. 6. More than 95 bottles of illegally obtained prescription drugs and hundreds of dollars were confiscated through a search warrant from a house on Stockman Place.

“I am pleased to announce that our Police Department busted up an illegal prescription drug ring today,” said Mayor Tony Vauss on Saturday, Feb. 6.

“Through the great work of our men and women of the department and the great leadership of Public Safety Director (Tracy) Bowers, we were able to once again let criminals know ‘Irvington is not where you want to do your crimes’.”

“Today, another two individuals were shown that the Irvington Police Department will search you out and stop your illegal activity, if you make the mistake to do it in Irvington,” said Bowers.

“Mayor Vauss has repeatedly said that it is his goal to make Irvington safer and cleaner. The Irvington Police Department is proud to make this happen.”

Two people were arrested and approximately $750 was seized, in addition to more than 95 bottles of drugs.

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