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Crack-Smoking, Heroin-Shooting Volunteer Santa Claus Arrested in New Jersey #o4anews #news

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
November 6th, 2017

Maybe this Santa thought he was a drug-dealing pimp, and when he shouted HO! HO! HO!, it meant something different to him?

In a bizarre and unfortunate twist, a white-bearded volunteer Santa is facing drug charges after an overnight New Jersey traffic stop.

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Charles Smith, 66, of Pompton Lakes, a volunteer Santa, wasn’t wearing his Santa Claus costume when he was pulled over in South Hackensack at 2 a.m. Monday, but had one with him at the time, police said.

“This is the guy who has our kids sitting on his lap,” South Hackensack Police Capt. Robert Kaiser said, according to the Hackensack Daily Voice.

Without even searching, the arresting officer could clearly see a crack pipe, and upon a subsequent search of the bad Santa’s vehicle, the officer found empty bags of crack & heroin and a hypodermic needle, according to the police.

Smith was charged with possession of drug paraphenalia and released, the Bergen Record reported.

Smith is a NJ Transit retiree who volunteers at Toys for Tots, the Bergen Record reported.

A Facebook page that Kaiser said belongs to Smith contains various pictures of Smith in a Santa Claus costume, the paper reported.

One picture has Smith in the Santa Claus outfit posing with Marines in May 2016, according to the paper.

A representative for Toys for Tots could not be reached for comment, the paper reported.

The Associated Press reported trying to contact Smith but was unsuccessful.

It was not known if an attorney was representing Smith.

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