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A Man From New Milford Was Among Several Arrested in New York City as Part of a Massive Drug Bust.

The authorities revealed that a New Milford resident was among more than a dozen people suspected of belonging to the Triniarious gang who were arrested in a lightning-fast sequence of raids on both sides of the Hudson River.

An insider told Daily Voice that the New Milford raid occurred at around 6 a.m. on January 25 and that fentanyl and an undisclosed amount of unlawful revenues were confiscated.

Meanwhile, in New York City, a joint operation conducted by ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations New York office and including the NYPD and the US Secret Service resulted in the arrest of 10 alleged members of the Washington Heights section of the Trinitarios.

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A federal complaint was filed in Manhattan, naming three people who were already in arrest in New Jersey. In September of last year, the Fairview police department apprehended Alvin “Goo” Eusebio, a 37-year-old violent fugitive.

Edward Rodriguez and Jawan Mills were the other two.

Alexander “Javy” Francisco, Aristides “AR” Ramirez, and David Glover were named as members of the 174th Street gang operating out of Washington Heights. Christopher “Casper” Santos, Emmanual “Chubster” Liriano, Alex “AG” Garcia, Aneudy “Smiley” Alvarado, Jeriel “Jerry Gunz” Abreu, Lazareth “Laz” Paulino, Joan “Saul” Mercedes, and Alex “AG” Garcia.

Ray Eduardo, JR Rodriguez, and Malibu Caminero were still at large.

An unsealed indictment handed down by a grand jury in the Southern District served as the legal justification for the coordinated raids.

Methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, oxycodone, Percocet, and suboxone were among the drugs, along with over $100,000 in cash, at least one illegal handgun, and other items, that were seized during the raids.

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Dominican-American gang members allegedly set up a “organised, sophisticated narcotics trafficking business that is best described as a street pharmacy,” according to a press release from the office of U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams.

Methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, crack cocaine, fentanyl, oxycodone, Xanax, and marijuana were among the “variety of narcotics, both illicit and prescription,” the release claims.

It claims that the outdoor drug market operated around the clock with members operating in shifts.

Manager ensured adequate manpower by fining and otherwise penalising staff members who missed work and by requiring employees to present medical documentation (such as a doctor’s note or a photo of a positive COVID-19 test) when they did.

Authorities claimed that members and supervisors frequently carried weapons.

Collectively, they “injected enormous quantities of narcotics into the community, placing dangerous drugs on the streets and putting lives in danger,” as Williams, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, described it.

Federal charges have been filed against the defendants “thanks to the tremendous work of our allies at the NYPD, HSI, and the USSS.”

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The operation “represents another major stride in our ongoing effort to combat narcotics trafficking and firearms use in New York City,” said HSI Special Agent in Charge Ivan J. Arvelo.

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