TRENTON -- A drug investigation on the 100 block of Perry Street Wednesday led to four arrests, Trenton police said.Saladen McKinnon
The department's Violent Crimes/Warrant unit started investigating apparent drug sales in response to citizen complaints to the department, police spokesman Lt. Stephen Varn said.
Officers arrested Saladen McKinnon, 31, on multiple drug dealing violations and was allegedly selling narcotics on the block.
McKinnon is a convicted drug dealer who was sentenced to three years in prison in 2011 for two cases in Mercer County, records show.
Other drug suspects arrested for possessing drugs were Stacy Clark, 48 and Shem Ellis, 25, both of Trenton, and Miguel Rivera, 42, of Willingboro.
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