Louis Scala, the accused leader of a Staten Island drug trafficking ring that peddled over 40,000 oxycodone pills out of the back of an ice cream truck, has pleaded guilty.
Thirty-one people were arrested and charged with selling oxycodone pills out of an ice cream truck on Staten Island.
Federal prosecutors announced that 200 officers fanned through Spring Valley and elsewhere in search of 26 people accused of drug trafficking in Rockland County.
Police said they found 28 pounds of heroin worth more than $6 million in 250,000 small envelopes.
The East Orange Police Department said state and federal authorities had completed an investigation into a network of heroin and marijuana sales.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A Camden man who admitted his role in a conspiracy to kill another member of a New Jersey street gang has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. Twenty-nine-year-old Dionicio Adams […]