Yahmire Boardley, 22, who was arrested by New Jersey State Police and the US Department of Homeland Security on March 16 with 14 kilograms of fentanyl is now FREE TO GO under NJ Bail Reform.
Boardley appeared in court Tuesday and was released by court order by Judge Delaney under Level 2 monitoring which only requires him to “check-in” once per month. Well that ought to teach him.
- ZERO Accountability
- ZERO Supervision
- ZERO Bail…just a “pinky promise” to return
The New Jersey State Police announced the arrest on March 17, 2017 on their Facebook page after a cooperative investigation with the U.S. Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Cherry Hill Office led to the arrest.
(from the NJSP Facebook page – Mar 17, 2017)
Camden City, N.J. – A cooperative investigation by the New Jersey State Police Trafficking South Unit and U.S. Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Cherry Hill Office resulted in the arrest of Yahmire Boardley, 22, of Camden, N.J. and the seizure of 14 kilograms of fentanyl.
On Thursday, March 16, State Police detectives from Trafficking South, Hazmat, K-9, Crime Suppression South, and T.E.A.M.S Units along with agents from HSI, U.S. DEA Camden HIDTA, U.S. DEA Camden Resident Office, and officers from the Camden County Police Department executed several search warrants throughout the city as the result of a month-long investigation. Investigators seized a total of 14 kilograms of fentanyl from multiple locations and arrested Boardley at his city residence.
Yahmire Boardley was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute. He was processed at the New Jersey State Police Bellmawr Station and lodged at the Camden County Jail pending a bail hearing.
Fentanyl is one of the deadliest opioids. While it has been spotlighted for killing celebrities including Prince, it also has been responsible for a growing death toll in New Jersey, where 417 deaths were attributed to fentanyl in 2015. Used to treat acute pain, fentanyl is up to 50 times more powerful than heroin. In addition, seven fentanyl knock-offs have been sold on the street in New Jersey, usually disguised as less-powerful drugs like heroin or oxycodone, triggering overdose deaths. The Attorney General’s Office issued an emergency order last year adding those fentanyl knockoffs to the list of drugs subject to the strictest level of state control.
(Ocean City Patch also reported on the bust – Mar 20, 2017)
A massive amount of deadly fentanyl — about 30 pounds — was seized in a major New Jersey drug raid last week, according to authorities.
Yahmire Boardley, 22, of Camden was arrested after 30 pounds of fentanyl were seized in a cooperative investigation by the New Jersey State Police Trafficking South Unit and U.S. Homeland Security Investigations in Cherry Hill.
On Thursday, authorities executed several search warrants throughout Camden as the result of the month-long investigation. Investigators seized fentanyl from multiple locations and arrested Boardley at his city residence, according to a State Police release.
New Jersey’s bail reform continues the reckless and unaccountable release of violent and dangerous offenders. The voters were dupped into believing bail reform would keep the most violent offenders behind bars and release non-violent offenders.
Do you think this is what New Jersey had in mind?
– US Bail Reform
You’ve been LIED to New Jersey…NJ Bail Reform is RECKLESS, DANGEROUS, and YOU are PAYING for it.
All defendants confirmed released by court or own recognizance
Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.