3 men charged in Brookhaven drug ring

Prosecutors say the men pulled in more than $250,000 per year selling pills and cocaine.

Cops: 3 men accused of running Brookhaven drug

Cops: 3 men accused of running Brookhaven drug ring (December 10, 2012 7:12 PM)

Three men are facing conspiracy charges for running an alleged drug ring on the North Shore of Suffolk County, and one of the suspects works for the Town of Brookhaven, officials say. Johnny Vargas, Thomas Forkin and Anthony Perretta allegedly sold Oxycontin and cocaine in the bars and clubs of northern Brookhaven. Prosecutors say they netted more than $250,000 per year selling pills for $25 each....

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