The Manhattan District Attorney’s office charged three men on Tuesday with operating a dark web drug storefront in which they sold hundreds of thousands of narcotic pills nationwide in exchange for cryptocurrency.
Under the name “Sinmed”, Chester Anderson, Jarrette Codd, and Ronald McCarty sold illicit and counterfeit drugs including counterfeit Xanax, ketamine, GHB and steroids, fentanyl-laced heroin, and methamphetamine. Officials seized 8,000 tablets, the largest seizure in New Jersey’s history. The men were charged with conspiracy, money laundering, criminal sale of a controlled substance, and identity theft. They are accused of laundering $2 million in cryptocurrency.
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