When DEA agents raided an apartment in the Bronx Wednesday morning, they found six drug dealers running “a heroin and fentanyl packaging mill.” According to the New York Post…
“Hundreds of thousands of envelopes packed with the powder were spread across two tables and overflowing from boxes in the apartment, authorities said. The drugs, which have a street value of about $7 million, were believed to be headed onto the streets of New York and New England, the prosecutor’s office said.”
Nevertheless, “all six suspects were cut loose at their arraignments in Manhattan Criminal Court on Wednesday morning” under the state’s new bail reform law that went into effect January 1.
The Post noted that “Supporters in court early Wednesday waved their hands in celebration as the six suspects walked out.”