Detectives in the Ocean County Prosecutor's Special Operations Group receive distinctive honors for directing two major drug probes that led to almost three dozen arrests and the seizure of massive amounts of heroin, weapons and cash.
Twenty-six suspects are charged, and three remain at large, as Ocean County authorities crack what they describe as a vast network capable of moving about 25,000 doses of heroin into the county each week.
The heroin suspect who gave Toms River police a South Toms River address during his arrest in a motel earlier this month faces more charges in Manchester following a raid on a house that police in that township attribute to him.
The struggle that heroin abusers face to escape their addictions - and the struggle that their families, friends and community members undertake to help them - sparks a unique and progressive collaboration in Jackson Township.
The defendant accused of pumping massive amounts of heroin and cocaine to the notorious Britt-Young Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO), which blanketed Ocean and Monmouth Counties, might spend decades in prison when he is sentenced in August.
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