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Manalapan Man Pleads Guilty – Faces up to 25 Years in Prison

20
Apr
2010

by in Criminal Defense

Vincente Esteves, a man who once owned a gated mansion in Manalapan that featured an indoor movie theatre, pleaded guilty before Judge Anthony J. Mellaci, Jr. in Freehold on March 25 of running a million dollar a week cocaine trafficking enterprise out of that home.

During his plea hearing, Esteves implicated five alleged co-defendants, all New Jersey residents but did not mention his wife, Chantal, who is alleged to have assisted in the operation. Esteves pleaded guilty to second-degree racketeering and conspiracy, and first-degree charges of leading a drug trafficking network, drug possession with intent to distribute, and money laundering. He faces up to 25 years in prison.

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