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Photo courtesy of the 62nd Precinct/Twitter
Photo courtesy of the 62nd Precinct/Twitter
Police Officer Joseph Notaro and Sergeant Christopher Dixon recovered heroin and crack cocaine after a Wednesday, October 26 car stop.

A routine car stop in Gravesend led to the confiscation of 80 glassines of heroin and 26 bags of crack cocaine on Wednesday, October 26, cops say.

According to a police source, at around 3 p.m., Police Officer Joseph Notaro and Sergeant Christopher Dixon of the 62nd Precinct pulled over a red Chevrolet near Bay 31st Street and Bath Avenue for having “excessive tints.”

Upon approaching the car, the officers observed a man placing three envelopes of a substance – later determined to be heroin – in his pocket. A subsequent search warrant led officers to discover the substantial amount of other narcotics hidden in the vehicle.

At least one individual was arrested, according to cops.

Photo courtesy of the 62nd Precinct/Twitter

Photo courtesy of the 62nd Precinct’s Twitter Page / Police Officer Joseph Notaro and Sergeant Christopher Dixon recovered heroin and crack cocaine after a Wednesday, October 26 car stop.

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