N.J. woman sentenced to 21 years for role in drug ring

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A Cherry Hill woman was sentenced to 21 years for her involvement with an international drug ring.

A Cherry Hill woman was sentenced to 21 years for her involvement with an international drug ring.

Prosecutors say 34-year-old Marsha Bernard received large shipments of cocaine through the postal service, and other delivery services, in New Jersey.

She then distributed it to other drug traffickers, police say.

Bernard was convicted along with one of the drug ring's leaders, 37-year-old Andrew Davis of Kingston, Jamaica.

Davis is due back in court in May.
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