New Jersey man caught selling ‘Ebola’ heroin

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(Toms River Police Department)

(Toms River Police Department)

TOMS RIVER, N.J. (PIX11) – A New Jersey man was busted at a Ramada Inn for allegedly selling heroin marketed under the trademark “Ebola,” according to Toms River police.

Barnabas Davis, 47, whose nickname is “The Hammer,” was busted with 633 folds of the drug and some 40 grams of crack cocaine during a Monday bust, cops said.

Some of those folds of heroin bore the stamp “Ebola” in a bizarre branding effort.

Davis was arrested and charged with possession of heroin, intent to distribute heroin, possession of crack cocaine and intent to distribute crack cocaine.


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