Three Hammonton Men Indicted in Multiple Drug, Weapon Charges
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.