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'Street smart, savvy' crack cocaine ring dismantled with 18 indictments, Harford police say
'Street smart, savvy' crack cocaine ring dismantled with 18 indictments, Harford police say

A "street smart and savvy" drug organization the Harford County Sheriff's Office has known about since 2007 but was never able to take down, was dismantled last month with the indictment of its three leaders and 15 associates, a top investigator says. The ring was led locally by two brothers, Srewob Brown and Neworb Brown, who allegedly bought cocaine in New York City from a supplier, identified by police as Raymond Keating, then brought it to Edgewood, where it was cooked into crack cocaine and distributed along the Route 40 corridor in Harford and Baltimore counties and around Delta, Pa., according to court charging documents. Besides the Brown brothers and Keating,...

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