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Troop K State Police help catch major Bronx cocaine dealer

Troop K State Police help catch major Bronx cocaine dealer

PUCKHKEEPSIE Together with New York City Police, Troop K State Police apprehended a Bronx man who was a prominent narcotics dealer.

Upon the execution of a search warrant, officers found $3 million in cash and about 12 kilograms of cocaine concealed within his home.

Juan Rondon, 60, was consequently accused of three counts of illegal possession of a prohibited drug.

The Bronx and the search warrant issued by the New York City Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor were discovered through information gathered by members of the Narcotics Enforcement Team and Troop K Violent Gangs unit.

Acting Superintendent Steven James of the State Police stated that another significant recovery of lethal pharmaceuticals has been made possible by the combined efforts of law enforcement partners. This interdiction stopped the violence that is frequently connected to drug trafficking in addition to saving lives.

He noted that in order to apprehend dangerous people like Mr. Rondon, the State Police will keep up their vigilance and collaborate with our allies.


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