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“Operation Cold Cuts: New Jersey Deli Workers Accused of Running Drug Dealing Network”

They are dead meat.

Fourteen people, including two New Jersey deli workers, were arrested for drug trafficking and other charges in a sting operation that law enforcement called “Operation Cold Cuts.”

Two men who run a G&M market in Sewell, Brett Carerro and Roy Lucas, were charged with drug trafficking and conspiracy after they were arrested March 8, WPVI reported.

Gloucester County Attorney’s Office alleges Carrero, 29, was in charge of the operation.

Search warrants were executed at 30 different locations in Camden and Gloucester counties, prosecutors said.

Police seized $300,000, 14 firearms, 11 cars, one motorcycle, four ATVs and “large quantities” of cocaine, marijuana and hashish rosin, according to the GCPO.

“Operation Cold Cuts: New Jersey Deli Workers Accused of Running Drug Dealing Network”
According to the G&M Market website, Carrero has taken over the family butcher shop and deli.
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G&M Market in Sewell, New Jersey
Fourteen people were arrested last week in the course of the anti-drug operation “Meat Cuts”.
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Officials also seized money tokens and financial documents, prosecutors said.

A total of 14 people were arrested on multiple drug possession charges, including conspiracy to distribute cocaine, marijuana, mushrooms and hashish.

According to WPVI, Carerro was listed on the G&M Market website as a nephew who joined the family business in 2008 before he opened a new location in Washington.

According to the website, he “took over” the family business in his third generation.

He is charged with running a drug trafficking ring; propaganda of organized street crime; conspiracy to distribute cocaine; conspiracy to distribute marijuana; computer criminal activity; possession for the purpose of distributing cocaine; possession for the purpose of distributing psilocybin; and possession of imitation firearms.

On Friday, the windows of the Sewall store were empty, the door was locked, and the lights were off, the publication reports.

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