NY Jet Accused of Synthetic Marijuana Possession

Madison resident Kellen Winslow allegedly found with designer drug Fubinaca in East Hanover.

NY Jets banner. Credit: Patch file
NY Jets banner. Credit: Patch file

A tight end for the New York Jets who lives in Madison allegedly was found with synthetic marijuana in East Hanover, according to a news report.

Kellen Winslow, 30, was charged with possession of the designer drug Fubinaca, the Daily Record reported Thursday.

An East Hanover police officer allegedly found Winslow with the drug on Nov. 19 on Route 10 near Target, and a criminal complaint was signed Dec. 30, the report says.

A spokesman for the team, which has its practice facility in Florham Park, told The Star-Ledger they would have no comment on the pending legal matter.

Ed Zachary January 11, 2014 at 10:25 AM
AB-FUBINACA--originally developed by Pfizer, which so happens to have locations in Madison and Florham Park. Thanks, big pharma!
Geoff Cabral January 11, 2014 at 11:19 AM
We should blame the FDA, his parents/lack thereof, or his drug dealers! It's certainly not Kellen's own fault for finding/buying drugs! s/off
Ed Zachary January 11, 2014 at 01:11 PM
It was probably a throw-in freebie that came with his order of anabolic steroids, HGH, testosterone, and whatever other "preparation" he uses for his job.


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