Neal Garrity, 34, of Egg Harbor Township, pled guilty today to possession with intent to distribute fentanyl and unlawfully possessing ghost gun parts with a large capacity magazine in connection with a June 10 search warrant execution at his home, according to Atlantic County officials.
Officials say his plea calls for four years in state prison when he is sentenced on December 14.
Until that time, he remains in custody.
According to State Police, during May and June, police conducted an undercover investigation into Garrity's disturbing narcotics in and around Atlantic County.
State Police say after numerous controlled narcotics sales by Garrity, the investigation culminated with a search warrant for his Boston Avenue residence and automobile.
Fentanyl and other drugs were seized from Garrity's bedroom along with a large sum of cash and from Garrity's garage.
Parts were also located to assemble a ghost gun, including a large capacity magazine.