Alleged members of motorcycle gangs arrested in Mays Landing

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Two members of separate motorcycle gangs were arrested last month as part of an ongoing investigation into drug dealing and weapons possession.

Samuel Marsh, 27, and Benjamin Dipilla, 28, both of Mays Landing, were charged with multiple weapons offenses after several law enforcement units, including the New Jersey State Police Gangs Unit, the Hamilton Township Police Department, and the Atlantic County SWAT Team, among others, raided a home on the 6000 block of Danenhauer Lane in Mays Landing.

Marsh is a member of the Tough Guys motorcycle gang while Dipilla is allegedly part of the Pagans motorcycle gang, according to a statement from the Hamilton Township Police Department.

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