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A New Jersey man was arrested Monday for spreading Ebola — no, not the virus, but the drug. Barnabas "Hammer" Davis was found inside a Toms River Ramada Inn room with 633 wax folds of heroin, many stamped with the brand name "Ebola," authorities said. Police also found 40 grams of crack cocaine, although it's not known if that drug had an infectious disease-inspired moniker.