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Jersey Shore Drug Case Headed Before Grand Jury



Filed under : Celebrity News

Jonathon Manfre, who was arrested at the Jersey Shore house for possession of “a white powdery substance” which was later found to be ketamine, as has had his case referred to a grand jury. If convicted of the felony charge of possession of an illegal substance, he could be in big trouble.

Jonathon Manfre (24) was discovered near the Jersey Shore house in July with a bag of ketamine, which is also known as Special K. He did not get in to the Jersey Shore house because he was stopped by security staff. His case is now going to be turned over to a grand jury for review to decide if there is enough evidence to charge him with the felony.

Manfre was arrested on July 24 with a “white powdery substance” on him, and now the evidence will be presented to the grand jury in Ocean County, New Jersey. He could face possible felony charges, if enough evidence is found.

Ketamine is legally used by veterinarians as a horse tranquilizer. In humans it can cause a dream-like state and even hallucinations so there is an illegal market in it.

Manfre, who is nicknamed The Unit, is a personal trainer and is a good friend of Jersey Shore star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino. He was released from jail on July 24 after posting a $1,000 bail at the Ocean County jail. Now he awaits his case going before a grand jury.

I’d also like to know why everyone associated with Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino seems to have strange nicknames, too!

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