Huge chocolate heist lands N.J. crime boss behind bars, feds say

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EDGEWATER – A borough man has been identified by the FBI as a leader of an alleged organized crime ring wanted for extortion, fraud and stealing 10,000 pounds of chocolate, authorities said this week. Razhden Shulaya, 40, was a leader of the crime group Shulaya Enterprise, which orchestrated a variety of illegal activities, according to Joon…

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