Bronx Man Charged in Scheme to Deliver Heroin and Cocaine to Vermont

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The Justice Department has charged a Bronx resident with drug trafficking in a heroin and cocain supply process that crossed state borders.

Andre "Buzzo" Terrell will face charges of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances after taking part in a scheme to move cocaine base and heroin from the Bronx to Vermont. The investigation began with a July 2016 traffic stop where 127 grams of heroin and 24.8 grams of cocaine base were found in a vehicle belonging to another defendant charged in the case, Sara "Big Sara" Munger. An investigation connected the Vermont drug operation to the Bronx after a cooperating informant made a purchase of over 100 grams of heroin from Andre Terrell.

All suspects are currently only charged with crimes, and are presumed innocent until proven guilty. If convicted on these charges, Terrell would face five to 40 years in prison.

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