A Montgomery Township man admitted Friday to being a cocaine kingpin in a multi-county trafficking ring.
According to Carl Hessler Jr. in North Penn Life, Anthony Dennis Sr., 41, of the 100 block of Thames Drive, pleaded guilty in Montgomery County court to charges of corrupt organizations, possession with intent to deliver cocaine, dealing in unlawful proceeds, criminal use of a communication facility and conspiracy.
All in all, Dennis pleaded guilty to 103 drug-related counts, according to the article.
Dennis, who police said owned the “Heads Up” barbershop in Wayne, Chester County, possessed, delivered and conspired with other to deliver cocaine between November 2008 and April 2011, according to the article.
Dennis’ guilty plea came before jury selection for his trial, according to the article.
Dennis is free on 10 percent of $1 million bail and awaits sentencing.