New Jersey Man Guilty in Interstate Drug Trafficking
A New Jersey man recently pled guilty recently to charges of interstate drug conspiracy. His drug network sent vehicles to San Diego, California to get drugs. Vehicles included secret panels to smuggle cocaine. The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) caught Hall in a sting operation in which an undercover agent offered Hall a vehicle to smuggle drugs from his alleged supplier. The car was wired with GPS and alerted when Hall put 5.3kg of cocaine in the secret compartment. He faces up to ten years of prison after his guilty plea.
One thing that many drugs users don’t take into account is the way their drug use impacts a culture of crime and violence in the drug trade. Like it or not, buying illegal drugs like cocaine, heroin, marijuana, bath salts, meth, or others directly supports criminals and illicit activity. And that’s even on top of the damage that drug users do to themselves and their families and friends. Luckily, New Jersey is taking steps to put dealers in jail and addicts in treatment so that illegal drugs don’t have to have such a bad effect on the state.
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