Drug Dealer Caught with Seven Pounds of Weed Also Facing Money Laundering Charges

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SOUTH HACKENSACK, NJ – Bergen County narcotics detectives arrested a Troy, Michigan man, Florian Vuka, who was caught Wednesday in South Hackensack moving drugs and currency between New Jersey and Michigan.

According to Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella, an investigation by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force revealed that Vuka was transporting bulk shipments of marijuana through Bergen County and the proceeds of those bulk marijuana sales back to Michigan.

“During this investigation, a search was conducted on VUKA’s vehicle in South Hackensack, New Jersey. That search revealed approximately seven packages of marijuana with a total weight of seven pounds, as well as $57,715.00 in U.S. currency,” Musella said.

Vuka was arrested at the scene of the search without incident.

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