A federal judge sentence two members of the 230 Boys to prison for their role in a conspiracy to distribute heroin and deadly fentanyl on Monday.
Dwayne Northern, also known as “Black” and “D Black,” 35, of Paterson, was sentenced to 51 months in federal prison for conspiring to distribute heroin and distributing heroin.
Isaiah Hargrove, 21, of Paterson, was sentenced to 40 months in prison for conspiring to distribute fentanyl and heroin, and distributing fentanyl and heroin.
Northern was also sentenced to three years of supervised release and Hargrove to two years of supervised released.
Both gang members and other associates conspired to distribute heroin and fentanyl from September 2018 through Oct. 1, 2019, authorities said.
230 Boys operates in the area around Rosa Parks Boulevard and Godwin Avenue. Northern and Hargrove were among 17 gang members charged last year. Law enforcement officers have conducted an extensive operation to disrupt and dismantle the gang and its operations.