Two Monmouth County men arrested for dealing drugs are convicted
Two Monmouth County men arrested for dealing drugs at the Days Inn on Route 33 in Neptune Township in June of 2014 are convicted on a number of third-degree charges Tuesday.
Timothy Bethea, 41, of Tinton Falls and Aldaberto Vega, 35, of Eatontown were found in possession of 367 packets of heroin and 16 bags of crack-cocaine upon their arrest on June 13, 2014.
Bethea and Vega both risk up to a decade in prison with five-years parole ineligibility upon sentencing set for July 21, 2017 because both of them have previous records, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutors Office.
They're both charged with Third-Degree Possession of CDS, Third-Degree Possession with Intent to Distribute and Third-Degree Possession with Intent to Distribute in a School Zone.
They were found in June of 2014 sitting in a car outside the Inn with a plethora of narcotics and were acting in a suspicious manner as police approached their car.
They claimed they were just dropping off a friend and "chilling" in the parking lot.
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