A 25-year-old Hoboken man was arrested over the weekend after a raid of his Jackson Street apartment yielded 300 bags of heroin, police said.
The department's special drug unit executed a search warrant of Angel Romero-Corraliza's apartment and found six bricks of heroin, according to Chief Anthony Falco.
Police said they also found bullets at the apartment — 14 9mm bullets and 50 22-caliber — but no weapons.
The search was a result of an investigation, Falco said. He said the police department cooperated with Housing Authority Executive Carmelo Garcia on the matter.
Romero-Corraliza was arrested at his home. Police said they found bags of heroin in a secret compartment in his underwear as well, according to the report.
Officers also took $212 in what they believed to be profits from drug dealing as well as eight cell phones from the apartment, Falco said.
Romero-Corraliza, a Hoboken resident who is currently unemployed according to the police report, was charged with posession with intent to use heroin, and possession of marijuana.