Jamarvis Green Sentenced to 13 Years in Drug Case
The 25-year-old Collingswood resident pleaded guilty in June to his role in a drug ring, and will serve at least 6 parole-ineligible years in state prison.
After admitting that he played a critical role in a in drug ring with ties to the Bloods street gang, 25-year-old Jamarvis Green was sentenced Friday to 13 years in state prison, six of which are parole-ineligible.
Green was convicted on charges of second-degree racketeering and third-degree cocaine distribution charges on June 25. The narcotics network "was dealing large quantities of cocaine, heroin and PCP," according to a press release from the New Jersey State Attorney General's Office.
"Green admitted that he dealt drugs for the ring and also served as a manager who transferred drugs and cash to and from other dealers and the ring’s leader," the release stated.
Green was one of 14 people named in a November 2011 indictment stemming from "Operation City Wide," a multi-agency crackdown. Indictees included alleged ringleader, Kyle Ogletree, 28, of Cherry Hill, who authorities say is a reputed "five-star general in the G-Shine Bloods."
The other suspects named in the indictment are:
- Yusef Allen, 24, of Camden
- Donte Cook, 31, of Camden
- Leon O. Holmes, 27, of Camden, aka “Teeny”
- Calvin D. Johnson, 20, of Camden, aka “Killer Cal”
- Keenan Ogletree, 30, of Camden
- Kyle Ogltree, 28, of Cherry Hill, aka “Whop”
- Damir Lea, 21, of Camden, aka “D-Money”
- Victor Matias, 29, of Pennsauken
- Kevin D. Owens, 21, of Camden, aka “Kev”
- Carlton Riley Jr., 20, of Camden, aka “Fat Boy”
- Lovell Venable, 34, of Cherry Hill
- Jonathan Woods, 22, of Camden, aka “Bud”
- Michael Woods, 23, of Camden