You really don’t want to know where cops say NJ man was hiding a needle
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Bridgeton say they were dispatched a the parking lot between Greenwich Road and Central Avenue because two men were arguing.
When officers arrived, they broke up the fight, but ran warrant checks on both 49-year-old John D. Patin and 62-year-old Robert Taylor, both of Bridgeton, police said. It turned out both had active warrants for their arrest and were taken to the Cumberland County Jail, according to police.
Once at the jail, a more thorough search was conducted — and Taylor was found concealing a hypodermic needle between his buttocks, police said.
Taylor was charged with two counts of failure to pay child support and possession of a hypodermic needle. He was lodged in the Cumberland County Jail in lieu of $51,9448.79 bail.
Patin was charged with failure to appear in court, and He was also lodged in the jail in lieu of $503 bail.