WYCKOFF, N.J. -- A Ho-Ho-Kus driver was charged with violating a domestic violence order after a routine Wyckoff police traffic stop turned up a knife, heroin and syringes, authorities said.
Officer Kyle Ferreira, who'd been patrolling Franklin Avenue, made the stop on Crescent Avenue for faulty lights just after 1 a.m. Friday, Police Chief David Murphy said.
He ended up arresting 44-year-old Michael C. McDaid on drug-related and weapons counts, as well as contempt of a domestic violence order, after summoning a Bergen County's sheriff's K-9 unit, Murphy said.
McDaid also received a summons for the vehicle lights and was released pending a court hearing, the chief said.
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