State Police Bust Bridgeton Man For Guns, and $62,000 in Drugs
A five month investigation has led to the arrest of a Bridgeton man, who New Jersey State Police say was selling drugs out of homes in Vineland and Millville.
Police say they've arrested Frank Green, 38, of Bridgeton on a number of drug and gun charges. Police say Green "was allegedly selling narcotics in Cumberland and Salem Counties. Through various investigative means, troopers determined that Green was conducting illegal drug activity out of residences in Vineland and Millville."
Police describe Green's arrest:
On Friday, January 10, troopers obtained and executed two search warrants at the residences in Vineland and Millville. As a result, troopers arrested Green and seized more than $52,400 worth of cocaine, $10,100 worth of heroin, a .357 caliber handgun, a 9mm caliber handgun, a high capacity magazine, hollow point ammunition, and more than $7,750 cash.
Frank Green was charged with possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm while committing a CDS offense, possession of prohibited weapons, possession of hollow point ammunition, possession of a high capacity magazine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and tampering with evidence. He was lodged at the Salem County Jail pending a detention hearing.
SOURCE: New Jersey State Police