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A New York Metropolis cab driver was arrested in Fort Lee on fees he allegedly had almost a $1 million value of crystal methamphetamine, authorities stated Monday.

Gerardo Camilo-Nolasco of the Bronx was stopped in Fort Lee by officers from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Workplace, the prosecutor’s workplace stated in a press release. Once they searched the forty two-yr-previous’s car, authorities allegedly discovered 10 kilos of suspected crystal methamphetamine and about four grams of cocaine. The worth of the methamphetamine is estimated at $800,000.

Camilo-Nolasco faces a number of drug fees together with possession of methamphetamine and cocaine, authorities stated. He stays in Bergen County Jail.

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