– Attorney General Paula T. Dow and
Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor
announced that a Camden man was sentenced
to prison today for possessing a kilogram
of cocaine that he intended to sell.
to Director Taylor, Marvin Mosley, 35, of
Camden was sentenced to 11 years in state
prison, including five years of parole ineligibility,
by Superior Court Judge Irvin J. Snyder
in Camden County. Mosley pleaded guilty
on June 1 to first-degree possession of
cocaine with intent to distribute.
charge was contained in a Feb. 8 Camden
County grand jury indictment obtained as
the result of a joint investigation by the
Division of Criminal Justice, Camden Police
Department, Camden County Prosecutor’s
Office, Gloucester County Prosecutor’s
Office and New Jersey State Police.
July 6, 2009, the investigating agencies,
assisted by the New Jersey State Police
Technical Emergency and Mission Specialists
(TEAMS) Unit, executed a search warrant
at Mosley’s home in the 600 block
of Randolph Street in Camden. Detectives
allegedly found a kilo of powder cocaine
wrapped in a large plastic bag and approximately
4.5 ounces of crack cocaine in a knotted
sandwich bag. Both bags were in a toilet
in an upstairs bathroom.
Attorney General Jill S. Mayer prosecuted
the case for the Division of Criminal Justice
Gangs & Organized Crime Bureau and represented
the state at the sentencing.
investigation was led by Detective Peppi
Pichette and Detective Andrea Salvantini
of the Division of Criminal Justice Gangs
& Organized Crime Bureau and Detective
Mike Ruiz of the Camden Police Department.