In an enormous drug bust in New Jersey, police claim to have seized heroin, fentanyl, and cocaine valued at $15 million

Prosecutor Esther Suarez of Hudson County claims that the searches that took place on Thursday, November 16, were the outcome of an extensive investigation that took place in Hoboken, Jersey City, Elizabeth, and Montclair. Law enforcement officials followed the court’s orders and executed the search warrants.

Seven pistols in all, two of which had been reported stolen, were found during the search, according to Suarez. More than 2.5 kilograms of cocaine and more than 17 kilograms of heroin/fentanyl were also found by law enforcement. The total street value of the narcotics that were taken in exceeded $15 million.

The prosecution claims that more than $20,000 in cash that was allegedly obtained from narcotics sales has been seized.

There are several charges against Chad Robertson, Marquis High, Anthony Crawford, Darrell Love, Erica Rivera-Mobley, and Darryl Mobley. The document that is attached contains the full list of charges that are brought against each defendant.

The investigation was conducted in detail with assistance from a number of law enforcement organizations, including the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Crime Scene Unit, the Hoboken Police Department, the Essex County Tactical Response Team, the Union County SWAT, the Montclair Police Department, the Elizabeth Police Department, the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit, and the Essex County K9 Unit.

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