Hackensack NJ, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella announced the arrests of DAVID KACZYK (DOB: 05/25/69; married; heavy machine supervisor) and JANICE KACZYK (D.O.B. 10/31/77; married; office service manager) both of 71 Lakeview Street, River Edge, NJ, KEVIN LITTLE of 211 Allden Street, Wallington, NJ (D.O.B.10/23/70; married; mechanic), and JUSTIN K. CHIUSOLO (DOB: 09/21/80; married; employed as an electrician) of 4-31 Plaza Road, Fair Lawn NJ. David KACZYK was arrested on charges of Theft By Deception, Falsifying Or Tampering With Records, and Possession of A Controlled Dangerous Substance. Janice KACZYK was arrested on charges of Endangering the Welfare Of A Child, Possession Of A Controlled Dangerous Substance, and Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. Kevin LITTLE was arrested and charged with Distribution Of A Controlled Dangerous Substance. Justin CHIUSOLO was charged with Distribution Of A Controlled Dangerous Substance. The arrests are the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti.
Fort Lee NJ, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella announced the arrest of SHQIPRON IDRIZI (DOB: 09/25/1999; single; unemployed) of 519 Summit Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ on charges of Distribution and Possession Of A Controlled Dangerous Substance. The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti and the Fort Lee Police Department under the direction of Chief Matthew J. Hintze.
During the months of May and June 2019, Shqipron IDRIZI distributed narcotics, namely LSD, to an undercover Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Detective. IDRIZI was arrested on June 7, 2019 in Fort Lee, NJ.
Oakland NJ, A Bergen County doctor has been charged with distributing opioids without a legitimate medical reason and falsifying medical records to cover it up, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.
Robert Delagente, 45, of Oakland, New Jersey, is charged by complaint with one count of distribution of controlled dangerous substances and one count of obstruction of justice. Delagente is scheduled to appear this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven C. Mannion in Newark federal court.
In the digital era, there are more than one million teens who rely on illegal drugs for a high. A huge number of them are into drug abuse and alcohol dependence. Not all of them require inpatient care or locate a rehab facility to help them deal with the addiction issue. Two things need to be achieved to avoid that, namely:
The total cessation of any substance abuse
The teen’s family need to demonstrate a willingness to talk about improving the addiction problem and finding a solution.
That is easier said than done. Particularly, if you are the parent of the teen in need of finding a rehab. What can you do if you need rehab? It is a case of helping them sooner than later. Their very psyche and brain fitness depend on it. Their quality of life will significantly improve far into adulthood.
How to make an informed decision regarding your nearest rehab?
Location is of utmost importance as you will not just drop off your teenager and go away. It is crucial that the parent plays an integral part in their child’s addiction problem. Besides, you need to have your plans in place to visit your child regularly. Many rehab facilities are unwilling to accept your child unless you commit to playing an active role in their recovery.
How much do they charge?
Knowing the costs will assist one in making informed comparisons between different facilities. Additionally, it will help you gain a better understanding of what your insurance or Medical aid will cover. You need to ask what is available in the form of financial assistance.
Then there is the 12-step model you need to be aware of. You should be mindful of the fact that a spiritual component makes up a part of this. The parent of the teen needs to establish if their child is receptive to this. If not, it will hurt their recovery.
Does the rehab facility accommodate your child’s educational needs?
To find a rehab facility is not an easy task. Just because your teen is part of a drug rehab program, doesn’t mean their rights to education should be sacrificed. One needs to consider their emotional needs. Also, do they offer psychological therapy, and how regularly would the child meet with his or her therapist? Is there any parental participation required? What about a set “Family Day”? At a later stage, your child will be allowed to spend weekends at home once recovery warrants it.
You need to spend a lot of time doing so, in order for your child to gain back their normal and happy life, away from the abusive substance. But in the end, it is worth it as it will ensure your teen recovers faster.
NEWARK NJ , Three New York men have been charged for their participation in a conspiracy to distribute heroin and fentanyl after they were arrested at a heroin mill in Bronx, New York, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today.
Jhan Carlos Capellan Maldonado, 30, Jose Antonio Vasquez Pena a/k/a “Tono,” 46, and Dilson Vasquez Genao, 22, all of Bronx, are charged by complaint with one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute approximately 100 grams of more of suspected heroin and fentanyl. Maldonado appeared March 6, 2019, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Joseph A. Dickson, and was detained. Pena and Genao appeared last week before U.S. Magistrate Judge Michael A. Hammer and were detained.
Fort Lee NJ, Four additional people have been charged for their respective roles in a conspiracy to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today.
Victoria Irizarry, 30, of Fort Lee, New Jersey; Marisol Vargas, 34, of Rowland Heights, California; Daniel Estrella, 28, of Lyndhurst, New Jersey; and Cohen Easton, 46, a/k/a “Power,” of Paterson, New Jersey, are charged by complaint with one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute approximately five kilograms or more of suspected cocaine.
While we hear a lot about the benefits of legalizing recreational marijuana—the business opportunities it provides, expungement of criminal records, where dispensaries will be located and the like—no one is talking about the human resource ramifications. Yes, decriminalizing recreational marijuana is a step forward in many ways, but there are holes in the legislation that leave lots of questions for businesses.
As recreational use of marijuana loses its criminalization and stigma, business owners and human resources need to be extra cautious as they prepare for implementation to manage risk and employee behavior.
Edgewater NJ, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced today the arrests of ALEXIS MERCEDES (DOB: 10/22/1986; single; unemployed) and KATHERINE CASTILLO (DOB 01/09/1995; single; unemployed) both of 100 Alexander Way, Apt. 930, Edgewater, New Jersey. The arrests are the result an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti.
In October 2018, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Special Investigations Squad began an investigation into potential criminal activity by Alexis MERCEDES and Katherine CASTILLO. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that MERCEDES and CASTILLO were providing fictitious and/or fraudulent identification in order to establish residency. On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, BCPO detectives executed a search warrant at MERCEDES’s and CASTILLO’s residence in Edgewater, New Jersey as well as two vehicles used by them.
Twp. of Washington NJ, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced the arrest of a 17-year-old JUVENILE from Washington Township, NJ, on charges of Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Endangering An Injured Victim, Leaving The Scene Of A Motor Vehicle Accident Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury, and Assault By Auto. The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti, and the Washington Township Police Department under the direction of Chief Glenn Hooper.