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April 22, 11

NEWS / Glassboro Man Sentenced to 13 Years in State Prison for Dealing Crack Cocaine


TRENTON Ė Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced that a Glassboro man who was associated with the Bloods street gang was sentenced to state prison today for dealing crack cocaine.

According to Director Taylor, Lamar Young, 32, of Glassboro, was sentenced to 13 years in state prison, including six years without possibility of parole, by Superior Court Judge Walter L. Marshall Jr. in Gloucester County. He was sentenced as a persistent offender to an extended term in the first-degree range.

Young was found guilty at trial on Feb. 1, 2011 of second-degree distribution of a controlled dangerous substance for selling crack cocaine on two occasions in Glassboro. That charge was contained in a May 30, 2008 state grand jury indictment. Young was an associate of both the Fruit Town Brims and Nine Tech sets of the Bloods.

Deputy Attorney General Cassandra Serentino tried the case for the Division of Criminal Justice Gangs & Organized Crime Bureau and represented the state at the sentencing. She was assisted at trial by Deputy Attorney General J. Michael Wicke.

The case stems from Operation Bloodwork, a joint investigation conducted by the New Jersey State Police Street Gang Unit South and the Glassboro Police Department, with assistance from the Gloucester County Prosecutorís Office. Ten other individuals have pleaded guilty to drug or weapons offenses as a result of Operation Bloodwork, which focused on the criminal activities of the Fruit Town Brims in the Glassboro area.

Det. Michael Flory led the investigation for the New Jersey State Police, assisted by Detective Michael Powell of the Glassboro Police Department and Detective Pete Ferris of the Gloucester County Prosecutorís Office. Former Deputy Attorney General Christopher St. John presented the indictment to the state grand jury. Deputy Attorney General Jill Mayer was previously assigned to the case.

http://www.nj.gov/oag/newsreleases11/pr20110421b.html

 




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