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Train worker faces drug charges

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Train worker faces drug charges

KEANSBURG — It began with illegal parking and ended with the arrest of an NJ Transit employee on charges of impersonating a police officer and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, police said.

 

Theodore H. Reick Jr., 38, of Ann Court, Hazlet, was arrested Friday night after two officers from the borough's street crimes unit noticed his car parked directly under a no-parking sign in what police termed "a known drug zone."

 

When officers John O'Connor and Jillian Koehler spotted Reick's car parked near Woodland Avenue and Shore Boulevard, they decided to investigate, Deputy Police Chief James Pigott said. As they activated their emergency lights, Reick drove off, Pigott said.

 

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