Detectives from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office arrested two landscapers, a waiter and a supermarket employee accused of selling an undercover detective 10 1/2 ounces of cocaine — worth more than $15,000 on the street — in a Paramus parking lot.
The men, all Paterson residents, were snatched up by members of the Prosecutor John L. Molinelli’s Narcotic Task Force and Paramus Police Department after the undercover paid them $11,400 for the 300 grams.
Charged with drug distribution are: Juan F. Castillo-Restrepo, 24, and Leonel Creque, 20, both landscapers; Eduardo Checo-Martes, a 20-year-old stock clerk at Fairway Market in Paramus; Jeremy Figueroa, a 24-year-old Red Lobster waiter in Little Falls.
All were ordered held on bails ranging from $100,000 to $150,000.
For photos of those charged, go to: Coke deal nets 4 .
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