$15M In Heroin, Fentanyl, Coke Seized In Takedown Of Massive NJ Drug Ring, Cops Say

Police say they have seized $15 million worth of heroin, fentanyl, and cocaine in a massive drug ring takedown in NJ

According to Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez, the searches, which were conducted on Thursday, November 16, were a result of a lengthy investigation in Hoboken, Jersey City, Elizabeth, and Montclair. The search warrants were issued by the court, and law enforcement officials acted on them accordingly.

According to Suarez, the search yielded a total of seven handguns, two of which had been reported stolen. Additionally, law enforcement officials discovered more than 17 kilograms of heroin/fentanyl, as well as over 2.5 kilograms of cocaine. All told, the street value of the drugs seized amounted to more than $15 million.

According to the prosecutor, an amount exceeding $20,000, which is believed to be the profit from drug deals, has been confiscated.

Chad Robertson, Marquis High, Darrell Love, Anthony Crawford, Erica Rivera-Mobley, and Darryl Mobley have been charged with multiple offenses. You can find the complete list of charges for each defendant in the attached document.

Assisted by a range of law enforcement agencies, including the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force, the Hoboken Police Department, the Essex County Tactical Response Team, the Union County SWAT, the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Crime Scene Unit, the Montclair Police Department, the Elizabeth Police Department, the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit, and the Essex County K9 Unit, the investigation was carried out thoroughly.

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