Examiner Bio Street gangsters trafficked in drugs, weapons, in Teaneck, Hackensack and Englewood

20 11 2009

They came from Teaneck, Hackensack, and Englewood — all reputed gang members arrested on drug and weapons charges. Ranging from 17 to 30, they have ties to either the Crips or Bloods street gangs, said Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli.

Molinelli’s gang unit got the ball rolling in July, gathering information about drug and weapons sales in the county’s three major cities.

An undercover squad of detectives from the County Sheriff Leo McGuire’s department and Teaneck police began making street buys of pot, Ecstasy, cocaine and unspecified weapons.

Then came a flurry of arrests:

Kashawn West (Bloods: Sex Money Murder), DOB: March 23, 1991; 46 Newman Street, Apt A6, Hackensack; drug possession within 1,000 feet of a school and 500 feet of public property;

Anthony Drakeford (Bloods: Sex Money Murder) DOB: March 12, 1981; 195 Central Avenue, Hackensack; drug dealing within 1,000 feet of a school zone;

Michael Feola (Bloods Associate) DOB: March 20, 1988; 56 Genesee Avenue, Teaneck; drug and weapons possession, drug dealing within 500 feet of public property;

Reggie Sowell (Bloods Associate); DOB: June 14, 1989; 13 Newman Street, Apt 1B, Hackensack; drug dealing within 500 feet of public property;

Peter Martinez (Bloods, Sex Money Murder Associate) DOB: October 4, 1986; 22 76th Street, North Bergen; drug dealing within 500 feet of public property;

Brandon Randolph (Crips, Rollin 60s) DOB: December 4, 1979; 515 North Grand Avenue, Englewood; weapons possession, weapons sale without a license;

Ashlin Hayer (Crips Associate) DOB: March 22, 1987; 1277 Beaumont Avenue, Teaneck; employing a juvenile to conduct narcotic offenses;

Also taken into custody and charged with selling drugs within 1,000 feet of a school zone was a juvenile suspected of belonging to the Bloods Fruit Town Piru, Molinelli said.

Detectives in the operation arrested another man with no known gang affiliations, reaching out to downtown North Bergen to find him: Edgar Cabrera, DOB: February 19, 1980;  2508 Cottage Avenue, Apt A, North Bergen; drug dealing within 1,000 feet of a school zone.

Molinelli thanked Teaneck, Hackensack, Englewood, and Ridgefield police, as well as the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office and the U.S. Secret Service.

(News Source CliffViewPilot.com)

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