ANOTHER CVP EXCLUSIVE: A former Englewood schools lunch aide already facing charges for having her 6-year-old child in the room while packaging cocaine for sale is accused along with her boyfriend of dealing morphine in Bergenfield.
Janay Cole, 28 ( inset, above ) has been free since posting $100,000 bail the day after last Christmas — six weeks after she was jailed on charges of helping a burglary crew that police said was run by Jamelle Singletary target homes for break-ins ( SEE: Steep bail reduction for girlfriend accused of supplying burglary addresses to Teaneck Bond Gang heirs ).
She was also charged with child endangerment, among other offenses, following her Nov. 14 arrest.
Detectives a week earlier arrested Singletary and three other men in connection with a burglary spree that hit homes in Bergen, Morris and Somerset counties. Cole helped find and identify some of the homes, authorities said ( SEE: Teaneck Bond Gang heirs, girlfriend accused of providing burglary addresses brought to court ).
Singletary ( above, middle ), a reputed associate of the infamous James Bond Gang, was on probation at the time for his admitted role in the theft of a 600-pound safe from Greenwich, CT in October 2012.
Cole, who once worked for the private Delta-T Group in the Englewood school district , has been arrested several times and has a prior drug distribution charge pending, records show.
Now comes charges her and Singletary of distributing morphine last May near the Hoover School on Murray Hill Terrace.
FILE PHOTO: CLIFFVIEW PILOT Courthouse Reporter Mary K. Miraglia