Skip to comments.Busted: $8-million-a-week drug ring run out of Bucks County home
Posted on 12/13/2018 10:45:33 PM PST by LeonardFMason
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Looks like they brought the narcotics to where the new demand has been growing for a long time. Very sad to see, but we’ll probably learn an old fashioned national lesson from the horror.
The two who ran the operation
Moises Rodriguez, 42, of Paterson, N.J.
Dariel Vasquez, 38, of Northeast Philadelphia ran the operation
Arrested alongside Rodriguez and Vasquez were Nuris Martinez, Yocasta Maria-Mercedes, Eleni Saturrie, Carlos Garcia-Perez, Roberto Espinal, Jose Luis-Morales, Luis Torres, Devlin Perez, and Luigi Ortega. All face drug distribution and related charges.
Six of the defendants had no fixed address,
raked in $8 million a week by pushing out hundreds of pounds of the narcotic.
The neighbors didn’t notice?
In our neighborhood, we’d notice...and that spit wouldn’t fly.
("We just want to work and give our kids a better lifestyle"
Fentanyl overdoses alone killed more than 800 in 2016 in New Jersey, ............
These people were Illegals “just wanting to have a better life for their children”...by killing yours.
Fentanyl did not kill anyone. Theses people killed themselves with Fentanyl. Fentanyl can no more kill then a gun. In both cases it require someone to pull the trigger.
hit nail on head
look at tobacc0 use
second hand effect of grass smoking on children will prove to be worse
On the bright side, maybe they can get a tax deduction for a home office.
is this part of the old gulch?
aka Lacey Park ?
Illegals, anchor babies or home grown monsters?
I so wanted to be on the jury of an illegal that sold that stuff to one of my students and killed him.
Why are they here? Why do we continue to let them come in and kill our children?
Nice...a little Auschwitz throwback...real Europeans will understand that.
When it takes only two small grains of a drug to kill, casualties will lie in its wake. There are all sorts of warnings by law enforcement agencies that ‘breathing in’, or ‘even touching’ a small speck of it, can be fatal......How do you know if the person that just served you lunch wasn’t taking fentanyl before you were served?
Guns are legal....Fentanyl use is not. So the seller of Fentanyl is as much responsible as the user.
I lived across the street from the dopers back in the late 70’s. It was a great neighborhood. I hope it still is.
Most reply mentions nothing about the seller.
I don’t know but if thats the case and I am poisoned, then I was killed by the person serving lunch.
Fentanyl cannot kill anymore than a gun can kill.
So a Mother wearing a Fentnyl patch finds it on her babies dead body next to here......so it’s the doctors fault for prescribing it? or the Mothers that the baby died?
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