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Crime Ocean County motel meth dealer gets seven years: Prosecutor

22:25  23 december  2019
22:25  23 december  2019 Source:   app.com

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TOMS RIVER - A Lacey man who dealt crystal methamphetamine out of a Toms River motel and packed a stun gun disguised as a flashlight has been sentenced to seven years in prison, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office announced Monday.

Antonio Giudice, 54, will also serve a concurrent sentence for illegal weapon possession, according to the prosecutor's office.

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"On July 29, 2019, Detectives executed a no-knock search warrant on the motel room and seized over one-half ounce of Crystal Methamphetamine, a stun gun disguised as a flashlight and approximately $3500 in cash," the prosecutor's statement read.

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A month earlier, "On June 28, 2019, Giudice had a physical altercation with an individual at a local convenience store in Toms River," according to the announcement. "Giudice struck the individual in the face with the stun gun and fled the area."

a person posing for the camera: Antonio Giudice was sentenced to seven years in prison for meth possession with intent to distribute.© Courtesy Ocean County Prosecutor's Office Antonio Giudice was sentenced to seven years in prison for meth possession with intent to distribute.

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On Friday, Superior Court Judge Guy P. Ryan sentenced Giudice to seven years in prison for possession with intent to distribute and three years on the weapon charge, according to the prosecutor's office.

Alex N. Gecan: 732-643-4043; agecan@app.com; @GeeksterTweets

This article originally appeared on Asbury Park Press: Ocean County motel meth dealer gets seven years: Prosecutor

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