Camden County man sentenced to 10 years for participating in drug trafficking

2021-12-16 08:15:07 By : Mr. jack jia

On Tuesday, a Camden County man was sentenced to ten years in prison for distributing heroines in Camden City.

Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael Honig said that Jose Agron of Oaklyn, 28, had previously admitted to a conspiracy to distribute one kilogram or more of heroin Of charges.

Authorities stated that Agron was one of 19 people arrested in 2018 on suspicion of drug trafficking in the 400 and 500 blocks of Pine Street in Camden. According to the FBI’s investigation, the organization,

“Including street vendors like Agron, who sell drugs to customers in shifts and collect drug proceeds. These street vendors are supervised by different levels of managers, who in turn provide pre-packaged heroin to the drug team, some of which are mixed. Fentanyl, as well as cocaine and crack cocaine. The FBI and other law enforcement officials recovered multiple guns from different locations associated with drug organizations during their arrest in 2018. "

Seventeen defendants have pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy charges, and two of them are still awaiting trial.