Three Hammonton men have been indicted on multiple drugs and weapons charges, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced.
An Atlantic County Grand Jury returned an indictment Wednesday. Juvenal Duran-Almanza, 29, Moises Duran-Almanza, 38, and Vincent Lopez-Hernandez 25 were indicted on multiple drug charges and a weapons charge for at least two of the men.
The charges in the indictment are as follows: -First degree Distribution of Cocaine -First degree Possession of Cocaine w/the Intent to Distribute -Second degree Distribution of Cocaine -Second degree Conspiracy to Possess Cocaine w/the Intent to Distribute -Second degree Possession of Cocaine w/the Intent to Distribute -Second degree Conspiracy to Possess Methamphetamine w/the Intent to Distribute -Second degree possession of Methamphetamine w/the Intent to Distribute -Second degree Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a CDS offense -Third degree Possession of Cocaine -Third degree Possession of Methamphetamine -Third degree Money Laundering.
Members from the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Guns Gangs and Narcotics Unit on August 3rd, recovered cocaine, methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and a .32 caliber revolver during a search of a residence in Hammonton, occupied by Juvenal Duran-Almanza, and a search of a building located at Columbia Fruit Farms in Hammonton, occupied by Moises Duran-Almanza. The Guns Gangs and Narcotics Unit also recovered cocaine in excess of 5 ounces during a search of a building occupied by Vincent Lopez-Hernandez.
An Atlantic County Grand Jury on October 25th returned a true bill for all charges contained in the indictment.
All three named defendants are currently detained, but prior to detainment, resided in Hammonton.