An Atlantic County man was sentenced to 19 years in prison Tuesday for his role in a drug-trafficking conspiracy that used homes in Atlantic County to store and package illegal drugs, according to a statement issued by acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick.

According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office, Tozine Tiller, 43, of Absecon, distributed more than 840 grams of crack cocaine from February 2010 through Dec. 10, 2014.

The conspiracy that Tiller participated in was extensive and involved trafficking cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin. Tiller and others used homes in Pleasantville and Absecon to store and package cocaine and crack cocaine.

Of the 12 individuals that have been charged for their participation in the conspiracy, 11 have been convicted and one remains a fugitive.

The following individuals have been sentenced to prison:

Francisco Rascon-Muracami, 70 months; John Wellman, 130 months; Ronald Douglas Byrd, 96 months; Talib Tiller, 57 months; Tejohn Cooper, 96 months; and Kabaka Atiba, 120 months.

The other four defendants are awaiting sentencing.

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