Five indicted in alleged Atlantic County drug ring

five atlantic county drug ring

Five people have been indicted in an alleged drug-trafficking enterprise throughout Atlantic County.

Marlow Guerrier, 34, of Somers Point, and Holli Carter, 39, of Galloway Township, are accused of multiple counts, including first-degree maintaining a narcotics production facility.

A grand jury indicted the pair along with three co-defendants in the case that led investigators to cocaine, fentanyl, three semi-automatic handguns, three large-capacity ammunition magazines, hollow-nose ammunition, two automated money counters, narcotics packaging material and $90,590 in cash.

Guerrier had a day job as a barber in Pleasantville, authorities said.

But it was another type of enterprise that an investigation by The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office’s Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Unit found, according to the charges.

Guerrier allegedly used multiple residences throughout the county as stash houses for the operation.

Guerrier and Carter are in the Atlantic County Justice Facility following detention hearings in June.

Tiahna Jordan, 34, of Somers Point, faces gun and drug charges, along with money laundering and child endangerment.

Richelle Hall, 54, and Kaleem Boone, 35, both of Egg Harbor Township, face third-degree possession with intent to distribute charges.