HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. - A Warren County woman is facing several heroin-related charges after being busted during a traffic stop in Hackettstown, according to police.
Tiffany Michalko of Hackettstown was arrested Monday after being pulled over for a moving violation on Route 604, police said.
Through investigation, police determined Michalko was under the influence of a narcotic.
Police said she was in possession of 32 glassine baggies containing suspected heroin, a "lime green tie-off" shoe lace, numerous empty glassine baggies containing suspected heroin residue, a copper brilo "Char-Boy," and 10 hypodermic needles.
Michalko was charged with possession of heroin, being under the influence of a narcotic, possession of a hypodermic needle, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while under the influence, possession of CDS in a motor vehicle, driving while suspended and having no headlights.
Unable to post $7,500 bail, she was sent to the Warren County Correctional Facility.
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