A Galloway Township man is facing a long list of charges after search warrants were executed at his house, at self-storage units, and a vehicle on Tuesday.

Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill says 46-year-old Alfred Fuller, Jr., was charged with distribution of heroin/fentanyl, distribution of crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine, possession of a weapon during a CDS offense, unlawful possession of a weapon, money laundering, and certain persons not to have weapons.

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Shill's office says law enforcement officers from several agencies recovered over $27,000 in cash, approximately 342 bricks (or 17,100 bags) of heroin, approximately 28 grams (1 ounce) of crack cocaine, approximately 7 grams (1/4-ounce) of cocaine, a loaded .40 caliber gun, digital scales, hundreds of glassine bags of various sizes and colors, and two cell phones after four search warrants were executed.

Authorities say Fuller’s arrest is the culmination of a month-long investigation by the prosecutor's office's Gangs, Guns, and Narcotics Unit that began last month.

Fuller is currently being held in the Atlantic County Justice Facility.

The public is reminded that charges are accusations and all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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