Police: 2 Face Charges Of Operating Drug Manufacturing Facility In Galloway Twp.
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GALLOWAY, N.J., (CBS) – New Jersey State Police say two men are facing charges, including allegedly operating a drug manufacturing facility in Atlantic County.
Authorities say Rubin Sewell, 33 of Galloway, and Lavelle Davis, 33, of Galloway, were arrested Friday morning in Galloway Township.
According to police, troopers from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit working with the US Marshals NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force arrived at the unit block of Buck Drive to serve an arrest warrant on Sewell at his residence.
During the arrest, detectives saw a white powder and rock substance located in the bathroom and bedroom of the residence, and a black handgun in the bedroom.
According to authorities, detectives were granted a search warrant for the home and seized a 40-caliber handgun, nine hollow point ammunition rounds, 81 grams of crack cocaine valued at $4,500, 45 grams of heroin valued at $9,120, 530 grams valued at $18,000, and six grams of marijuana valued at $60.
Detectives also seized over $32,000 in cash, a currency counting machine, drug paraphernalia including packaging and stamps, and multiple processing tools and agents for manufacturing crack-cocaine and heroin, police say.
Sewell was charged with Operating a CDS manufacturing Facility, Distribution of CDS, Unlawful Possession of a Handgun, Possession of Hollow Point Ammunition, and Use of Personal ID of Another.
Davis was charged with Operating a CDS Manufacturing Facility, Distribution of CDS, Unlawful Possession of a Handgun, and Possession of Hollow Point Ammunition.
Sewell is being held on $150,000 full cash bail. Davis is being held on on $125,000 full cash bail.