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Anti-drug Activist Stopped at Holland Tunnel with Weapons Pleads Guilty

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An anti-drug activist from Pennsylvania accused of trying to bring weapons into New York City pleaded guilty Monday.

John Cramsey, who is from the Lehigh Valley, has agreed to serve at least one year in prison, according to published reports.

Cramsey was stopped last year with two other people in a pickup truck outside of the Holland Tunnel in New Jersey.

The three told investigators they were trying to rescue a teenager from Wilkes-Barre who was in a so-called "heroin den" in the Bronx.

That teen, Jenea Patterson, overdosed and died earlier this year in Luzerne County.


  • i_see_hypocrites

    Sometimes it takes violence to be a peacemaker..cops prob woulda had to shoot you if the cowardly drug-lords didn’t comply and cry for the law even tho they are low lifes sorry for the loss of this young woman. May her killers reap what they sow.

  • Velvetta

    “An anti-drug activist from Pennsylvania….”
    Call him what he is, a vigilante. Someone tell him that he’s not Charles Bronson and this is Hollywood.

    • Viewer

      World would be a safer place with a few people like Batman and the punisher. Criminals would live in fear. Right now they live in luxury in anti-gun, anti-cop, sanctuary cities.

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