Man Pleads Guilty to Running Heroin Mill Out of Atlantic City
Another drug dealer comes forward and admits to running a heroin Mill in South Jersey.
Ahmaad Williams pleaded guilty on Monday after being charged with selling heroin from his Atlantic City apartment back in 2017.
According to the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office he and his cousin ran a drug production facility on the 800 block of North Maryland Avenue in Atlantic City. Williams now is looking at up to 10 years in prison for the charges. He also must serve at least 30 months in jail before he is eligible for parole.
He and his cousin Yahshaun Williams oversaw day-today operations and packaged, repackaged and labeled heroin in the apartment, then later sold the drug from October to December 2017, according to prosecutors.
Only Ahmaad Williams has pleaded guilty so far. He is set to be sentenced Aug. 31. The case against his cousin is still pending.
In December, police found and recovered 1,000 bags of heroin, which is almost four grams and close to $800 in worth, and paraphernalia intended to be distributed.