Suffern Man Accused of Building Meth Lab at Home Arrested on New Drug Charges

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SUFFERN – A Suffern man accused of setting up a meth lab in his home in 2014 was arrested again January 5 on new drug charges, according to Suffern police.

Sammy Foda of 37 Woodland Drive, Suffern, was charged today with two counts of criminal sale of narcotics after selling drugs to an undercover police officer over the past several months, according to Suffern Police Chief Clarke Osborn. Foda was arrested on a sealed indictment by members of the Rockland County Narcotics Task Force and the Suffern Police Department following a joint investigation of drug dealing taking place at his residence.

He faces additional charges following a raid on his home in September, when officers found contents of a meth lab contained there. Foda was ordered held in the Rockland County Correctional Facility in New City without bail pending a hearing.

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