Camden Man Gets 11 Years Of Imprisonment For Drug Role

A man from Camden got a sentence of imprisonment for 11 years because of being involved in drug dealing in South Camden.

The Camden man was identified as a 22-year-old guy named Damir Lea. Lea is also known as “D-Money”.  Superior Court Judge Samuel D. Natal in Camden gave 11 years of imprisonment to him last Friday.

He formerly beseeched guilty last June to first-degree racketeering.

He honestly admitted at the said hearing that he dispersed large quantities of drugs such as heroin, cocaine, and PCP. He also said that he battered a man in Camden County Jail because he thought that the man was performing as an informant on behalf of the state.

Lea was one of 14 offenders associated with the ring’s operation, together with a 28-year-old Cherry Hill occupant named Kyle Ogletree. Ogletree is an alleged five-star general in the G-Shine Bloods.

Ogletree and Lea along with the other defendants were carried in as a part of the Operation City. Operation City, a nine-month, a multiagency investigation.

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