On Wednesday, a 28-count indictment was issued by an Atlantic County Grand Jury against Marlow Guerrier, a 34-year-old resident of Somers Point, along with four of his accomplices. The indictment charges the group with their involvement in drug dealings throughout the county.
Guerrier, alongside four others, including 39-year-old Holli Carter from Galloway Township, 34-year-old Tiahana Jordan from Somers Point, 54-year-old Richelle Hall from Egg Harbor Township, and 35-year-old Kaleem Boone from Egg Harbor Township, are confronted with a lengthy list of charges.
According to the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, Guerrier, who worked as a barber in Pleasantville, operated a narcotics ring that involved using various residences across Atlantic County as stash houses. Their investigation revealed this information.
According to reports, he stored narcotics, firearms, and profits from drug transactions in those residences.
Authorities made a significant bust on June 22nd, confiscating a staggering amount of over $90,000 in cash. They also found three semi-automatic handguns, three large-capacity ammunition magazines, and a variety of narcotics packaging materials. Additionally, the authorities discovered cocaine and the powerful opioid fentanyl. The bust was successful in removing dangerous drugs and firearms from the streets, helping to ensure the safety of the community.
As of now, Guerrier and Carter are still being held at the Atlantic County Justice Facility while the three other codefendants have been released on summonses.
It’s important to note that accusations are not the same as convictions. All individuals are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
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