Eight People Charged in Million Dollar Drug Ring Bust

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STROUDSBURG, Pa. -- Eight people are accused of operating a $1 million drug ring in the Poconos.

The State Attorney General's office announced charged on Friday for those eight people from Monroe and Cabon Counties.

Authorities say they sold $1.3 million in heroin, crystal meth and other drugs.

It happened over about a two year period in Monroe and Carbon counties.

Joseph St. Clair, 58, of East Stroudsburg, is also charged but not pictured.


  • J (@ds18301)

    Just imagine how the tone of comments here would be different if they were all people of color: “build the wall!”, “NYC gangsters taking over NEPA”, “these are your dreamers”, “what a nice place this used to be until “they” arrived here” and much worse. But they are not, so…

    • jonathan d turner (@jdt831)

      It doesn’t matter the color or race of the people. Build the wall!!! Heroin comes, primarily, from South America, straight through that boarder. So does cocaine.
      Time to close it up, and stop those routes from being effective. And give more resources to other routes of drug, and human trafficking.

    • Mopar Driver (@RustyMopars)

      Mexico is a country controlled by drug traffickers , If we had a wall we could just throw these scum over it and let them be mexican fertilizer . Stupid and immoral is the problem , Yet sadly certain races condone criminal activities as “normal” and they cannot be tolerated either – They get the treatment they earn and falsely claim people are racist when it is that we simply do not like or tolerate pieces of dung in our country . .

  • Frank Kopyta

    The text of the story says eight people charged, but there are only seven photos and names. The video has Sharla saying seven of the eight charged. I wasn’t sure if the producer knew how to count…
    he he he

  • Fredric Underhill

    From the mugshots, this might have been Social Security supplementary income or free medical care in their retirement.

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