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Fourteen people, including two New Jersey deli workers, were charged with drug trafficking and other charges in a sting operation dubbed “Operation Cold Cuts” by law enforcement officials.
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Two men, Brett Carrero and Roy Lucas, who operated a G&M Market in Sewell, were both charged with drug trafficking and conspiracy after they were arrested on March 8. WPVI reported,
The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office alleges that Carrero, 29, was the leader of the operation.
Prosecutors said the search warrants were executed at 30 different locations in Camden and Gloucester counties.
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Police seized $300,000, 14 firearms, 11 vehicles, one motorcycle, four all-terrain vehicles, and “large quantities” of cocaine, marijuana, and hashish rosin, according to the GCPO.
Prosecutors said officers also seized money counters and financial documents.
A total of 14 people were arrested on multiple drug charges including conspiracy to distribute cocaine, marijuana, mushrooms and hashish.
Carrero was Listed on the G&M Market website WPVI reported that as a nephew joining the family business in 2008 before opening a new location in Washington Township.
According to the website, he has “taken over” the family business, which is now in its third generation.
He is accused of leading a drug trafficking network; promotion of organized street crime; conspiracy to distribute cocaine; conspiracy to distribute marijuana; computer criminal activity; possession with intent to distribute cocaine; possession with intent to distribute psilocybin; and possession of an imitation firearm.
The outlet said that on Friday, the display cases of Sewall’s store were bare, the door was closed and the lights were off.
NJ deli workers charged with leading drug trafficking ring
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