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Man Had Empty Heroin Packets Labeled 'Great Ape,' Police Say

A Pen Argyl man was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after Lower Saucon Township police say three capped syringes, a metal spoon with dried residue on it and several empty heroin packets labeled 'Great Ape' were found in his car.

A Pen Argyl man was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after Lower Saucon Township police say three capped syringes, a metal spoon with dried residue on it and several empty heroin packets labeled "Great Ape" were found in his car following a Dec. 2 traffic stop.

In a news release issued Monday, police said Thomas M. Burger, 51, of the 200 block of Oak Street, was stopped on Easton Road near Washburn Lane for allegedly operating a vehicle with a suspended registration.

Police said it was also discovered that Burger's license was suspended and that he was driving without insurance.

Burger's car was towed, and the alleged paraphernalia was discovered during a police inventory of it, according to authorities.

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