Male models accused of running cocaine delivery service from Chelsea apartment

Male models busted in cocaine delivery service from Chelsea apartment

Two young men have been charged with conspiracy and drug sale charges after participating in a cocaine delivery service from a Chelsea apartment. Prosecutors said the pretty pair are part of a bigger probe into a drug delivery service based in Manhattan.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Published: Friday, November 21, 2014

A pair of male model roommates participated in a lucrative cocaine delivery service from a Chelsea apartment that doubled as a drug den, prosecutors said Friday.

Christopher Wetmore, 25, and Joseph Denormandie, 20, have been charged with conspiracy and drug sale charges in a felony complaint filed in Manhattan Criminal Court.

Prosecutors said the pretty pair are part of a bigger probe into a drug delivery service based in Manhattan.

In their alleged dealings, the models promised an undercover cop that the $2,500 in drugs they were selling him had been vetted by a chemist for purity.

Denormandie’s lawyer, Matthew Myers, said his client has a clean record and argued for reduced bail.  “He comes from a stable family, apparently has some drug issues and he’s working presently as a model for an agency,” Denormandie’s lawyer Matthew Myers informed the court.

Judge Robert Mandelbaum held Denormandie held on $100,000 bond or cash. Wetmore was being held on $300,000 bond.

Matthew Myers for the Defense.

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP