Three Atlantic County men and one woman were indicted by an Atlantic County grand jury Jan. 25 on charges of drugs, guns and conspiracy among gang members, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced Thursday.
Umar Salahuddin, 25, Isaiah Cooper, 28, and Kiona Dorsey, 24, all of Pleasantville, and Tariq Tucker, 26, of Hamilton Township, were charged in a 97-count indictment based upon the execution of multiple search warrants March 16 in Pleasantville, Tyner said.
Dorsey and Tucker are wanted by police. Salahuddin and Cooper are in custody at the Atlantic County jail, Tyner said.
Authorities also seized controlled dangerous substances, including multiple wax folds, containing heroin and a quantity of cocaine, Tyner said. Salahuddin’s indictment Jan. 25 is his latest encounter with authorities. Between 2010 and last year, he has been charged four times with drugs, guns or assault offenses. A.C. man identified as the deceased in Pleasantville shooting Dr. James Kauffman charged in murder of wife, April, and drug conspiracy with Pagans