Jamaine L. Levi (DOB 7/5/88),of 825 Myrtle Ave., Lindenwold NJ pleaded guilty today (11/28) in Superior Court, Woodbury NJ to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute when he was arrested in Paulsboro NJ on Nov. 3, 2010.
Levi acknowledged he was driving his mother’s car and was in possession of less than a half-ounce of cocaine when police stopped him on Capitol St. The vehicle had been seen in the vicinity of an earlier report of suspicious persons on Buck St. Under terms of a plea agreement, Senior Assistant Gloucester County Prosecutor Paul Colangelo will recommend that Levi be sentenced to four years in New Jersey state prison, and that he serve two years before becoming eligible for parole. The sentence would be concurrent with a three-year prison sentence imposed on a narcotics conviction in Camden County on Oct. 7, 2011. The sentence would also be concurrent with a federal prison term Levi is serving. Charges and duration of that sentence were not immediately available.
Superior Court judge m. Christine Allen-Jackson scheduled sentencing for Feb. 6.