Hoboken Man Arrested on Charges of Intent to Distribute Heroin & Crack Cocaine

Hoboken Police Detective/Lieutenant Danilo Cabrera reports that Albert Stone, a 35-year old from Hoboken was arrested on Saturday night at 7:04 pm on various charges of intent to distribute controlled dangerous substances.  The arrest was carried out at the corner of 5th and Jackson Streets.

Lt. Cabrera says Street Crime Unit Officers, Detective Fabian Quinones and Detective Connor Milne, arrested a male they knew had a warrant for his arrest. The male, identified as Stone, was stopped and placed under arrest. A search incident to his arrest uncovered twelve (12) small clear plastic bags of suspected crack/cocaine and thirty seven (37) wax-like folds of suspected heroin.

Stone was transported to police headquarters and processed on the failure to appear warrant out of Hoboken Municipal Court. Additionally, Stone was charged with possession with intent to distribute control dangerous substance heroin, possession with intent to distribute control dangerous substance heroin within 500 feet of public housing, and possession with intent to distribute control dangerous substance heroin within 1000 feet of a school zone, possession with intent to distribute control dangerous substance crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute control dangerous substance crack cocaine within 500 feet of public housing, possession with intent to distribute control dangerous substance crack cocaine within 1000 feet of a school zone, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Stone’s charges were placed on a warrant and he was transported to the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny.

Defendant is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.