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COURT: CAMDEN, N.J.
Cover Photo Courtesy: Press Of Atlantic City
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25-year old, Kevin Salmon from Philadelphia and 47-year old, John Munson, from Deptford New Jersey, both pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges in a federal courtroom in Camden, New Jersey on Friday afternoon. According to a report from the South Jersey Observer, both men pleaded guilty to trafficking large quantities of Methamphetamine in South Jersey and Philadelphia. Salmon also pleaded guilty to two counts in a superseding indictment, charging him with conspiracy to distribute Fentanyl and Methamphetamine, and another count for distributing Meth, according to the report.
The indictment said Salmon acted as a “runner” for a drug-trafficking organization that distributed large quantities of Meth and Fentanyl to others. Ten other defendants charged in the indictment have already entered guilty pleas.
Salmon is facing a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 10-years in prison, and a maximum sentence of life in prison when he’s sentenced. Munson is facing a mandatory minimum of 5-years in prison, and a maximum 40-years in prison to go along with a $5 million fine. Both defendants are scheduled to be sentenced on March 9, 2023.