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Police Seize Ecstasy Pills, Pot Outside Newark Airport, Cops Say

Port Authority police on Friday seized more than 60 pills of ecstasy and marijuana in a drug arrest outside of Newark Liberty International Airport, officials announced Sunday.

A police officer with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey around 6 p.m. pulled over a blue Mercury Villager with a temporary New Jersey license plate and a cracked front windshield near Terminal A, Port Authority spokesman Joe Pentangelo said in an email.

As the officer spoke to the driver, he smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car, Pentangelo said.

The driver, identified as Brandon Beverly, 30, of Westville, had a suspended license and a computer check showed he had 13 warrants out of Camden, Haddon Township and Mickleton, Pentangelo said.

Beverly was charged with bail jumping and driving with a suspended license.

The passenger, Jessica Stokes, 27, of Woodbury, had 63 ecstasy pills and 14 plastic containers filled with marijuana, Pentangelo said.

She was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance. 

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