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Dealer Delivered Cocaine From a Philadelphia City Van

April 25, 2006

PHILADELPHIA – Idris Enlow was convicted last month of possession of drugs with the intent to deliver and with conspiracy, and was sentenced to up to 14 years in prison, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper. Enlow used a van from the Philadelphia managing director’s office to make illegal drug deliveries, More than $100,000 worth of narcotics was seized when Enlow was arrested in the city van in Jan. 2004. Officers watched him for several days as he clocked in to work, picked up the van, and used it to get and deliver drugs. Inside the van were men on prison work release whom Enlow was supervising on such projects as cleaning up litter from vacant lots and removing graffiti, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper.

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