New Jersey Man Sentenced on Federal Conspiracy Charges for Trafficking in Contraband Cigarettes

Posted 06/06/2018

Two Virginia Companies and Three Individuals Indicted on Cigarette Smuggling ChargesOn June 5, 2018, Mohammed Kayed, aka Mohammed Fayez, of Clifton, New Jersey, was sentenced to 30 months incarceration for conspiring to traffic in contraband cigarettes.  According to court documents, Kayed conspired with others to buy contraband cigarettes in Missouri and distribute them in New Jersey.

Kayed, 22, pled guilty on March 6, 2018, to one felony count of conspiracy to traffic contraband cigarettes. 

A copy of the press release is available at the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Missouri website.





Visit our TTB in the News Archives for past stories, or subscribe to our Description: RSS FeedTTB News and Events RSS feed.

Subscribe to our Description: RSS FeedTTB News and Events RSS feed to get the news whenever it is updated. (About TTB RSS)


Page last reviewed: September 27, 2017
Page last updated: June 6, 2018
Maintained by: Office of Communications