High school teacher had cocaine and pot for sale, cops say

A West New York teacher faces drug distribution charges after police were called to an incident at his home, authorities said.

Kenneth Furlong, 24, was charged with possessing cocaine and marijuana and intending to distribute it, East Rutherford Police Chief Dennis Rivelli said in a news release.

Kenneth Furlong, 24

Police responded to Furlong’s East Rutherford apartment for “an incident” on Nov. 29, Rivelli said.

Rivelli would not provide details about the incident or answer additional questions, citing an ongoing investigation.

Furlong is employed as a teacher at Memorial High School in the West …read more

Source: NJ.com Bergen

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