Troopers Seize Guns, Drugs, Fraudulent Credit Cards, and Cash
October 8, 2020
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (MIDDLESEX)–The New Jersey State Police have arrested Rikelvin Rodriguez-Reyes, 19, of New Brunswick N.J., for allegedly operating a narcotics processing mill out of a residence in New Brunswick that was allegedly producing heroin and cocaine.
During a two-month cooperative investigation with the New Brunswick Police Department, State Police detectives with the Gangs and Organized Crime Central Unit were able to determine that Rodriguez-Reyes was distributing drugs from a Sanford Street residence. On Monday, October 5, troopers from the State Police Gangs and Organized Crime Unit, T.E.A.M.S. Unit, K-9 Unit, and members of the New Brunswick Police Department executed search warrants at the Sanford Street residence and a residence in North Brunswick.
As a result of the searches, detectives seized a .380 caliber handgun, a .22 caliber handgun, hollow point ammunition, 60 grams of cocaine, 100 individual doses of heroin, 1 ounce of marijuana, 18 prescription legend drugs, 20 fraudulent credit cards with a reader/writer device, $3,821 cash, various distribution and packaging accessories, and tools consistent with a drug production facility. Rodriguez-Reyes was arrested at the North Brunswick residence without incident.
Rikelvin Rodriguez-Reyes was charged with maintaining and operating a CDS facility, possession and distribution of cocaine, possession and distribution of heroin, possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of a weapon during commission of a CDS offense, identity theft, possession and distribution of paraphernalia, and money laundering. He was lodged at the Middlesex County Jail pending a bail detention hearing.
This case is being prosecuted by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
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