A Parsippany man has been arrested and charged on multiple counts of drug possession as well as manufacturing, distributing or dispensing drugs, Parsippany Police said Wednesday.
After a weeks-long investigation, Det. Anthony Morelli used a warrant to search the home of Vincent Batyr, 25, Parsippany Police Chief Paul Philipps said.
When inside Batyr’s home on March 7, police found:
- 4 digital scales
- 2 pounds of marijuana
- 16 grams of MDMA (street name Ecstacy)
- 1 glass water bong
- 1 bottle of Nitroglycerine
- 6 codeine/Tylenol pills
- 2 grinders
- Folds, bags and bottles commonly used in the packaging of drugs for sale
- 2 cell phones, 1 flash drive and an iPad
- $1,216 in cash
Batyr was arrested and taken to Parsippany Police Headquarters where he was processed. He was then lodged in the Morris County Correctional Facility in lieu of $10,000 bail. He was charged with two counts of manufacturing, distributing or dispensing controlled dangerous substance, two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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