Two Brick residents are facing numerous drug charges after being arrested in Freehold, authorities said.
Anthony J. Levine, 25, of 17th Avenue, was charged June 20 with possessing 11 glassine folds of heroin, three hypodermic syringes, a black string and a yellow cut straw, which are often used to ingest heroin, according to court documents.
Levine is also accused of giving a Freehold police officer a wrong name in order to thwart the discovery of multiple warrants for his arrest. Levine is currently lodged in the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Freehold, on charges of drug possession, hindering his own apprehension and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is also being held on charges out of Ocean County of drug possession and drug distribution.
Levine was arrested along with Timothy D. Yeoman, 25, of Wintergreen Avenue in Brick. Yeoman has been charged with possessing eight glassine folds of heroin. He is also being held at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution on charges of drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia out of Monmouth County and charges of theft by unlawful taking and drug possession out of Ocean County, as well as a detainer out of an unlisted law enforcement agency.
Photos of Levine and Yeoman were not available.