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Atlantic City man admits running heroin-production facility out of apartment

Updated: May 19

An Atlantic City man accused of running a drug-production facility with his cousin pleaded guilty this week. Ahmaad Williams, 23, was arrested with his cousin Yahshaun Stukes-Williams in December, when Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said more than 1,000 bags of heroin and almost 4 additional ounces of unbagged heroin was seized. Williams admitted that from October to December of last year, he maintained an apartment at 810 N. Maryland Ave., where heroin was processed, packaged, repackaged and labeled for sale. Stukes-Williams’ plea was announced by Tyner earlier in the week. He faces five years in prison after pleading in both the heroin case and for possession of a weapon during a deadly shootout on the Atlantic City Expressway in 2016. He must serve 3½ years of that sentence before he would be eligible for parole. The cousins remain jailed. They will be sentenced Aug. 31 before Superior Court Judge Donna Taylor.


Atlantic City cousins charged with running drug-distribution facility – BreakingAC

Atlantic City cousins charged with running drug-distribution facility – BreakingAC

Two Atlantic City cousins are charged with maintaining and operating a drug production facility after investigators seized more than 1,000 bags of heroin and nearly 4 grams of unbagged heroin from inside their residence. Ahmaad Williams, 23, and Yahshaun Stukes-Williams, 20, were arrested after members of the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Unit, and the Atlantic County Regional SWAT Team searched the home at 810 N. Maryland Ave. on Monday, Atlantic County

Source: breakingac.com/2017/12/atlantic-city-cousins-charged-with-running-drug-distribution-facility/

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