Keyport Brothers Arrested On Drug Charges
Two Keyport brothers, one a former high school football All-American, have been arrested on numerous drug charges.
Anthony Cattouse Jr., 32, and Kenneth “The Moose” Cattouse, 27, are charged with numerous drug-related charges after undercover investigators from the Monmouth County Narcotics and Gang Investigation Section. Undercover agents purchased cocaine and heroin from the pair as part of the two-month probe leading to the seizure of over $4,700 in cash, 37 bricks of heroin, cocaine, Oxycodone and two late-model vehicles.
Anthony brought his 6-year-old daughter to one undercover transaction.
Kenneth is a former Keyport High School All-American football player who holds thee state’s all-time high school football rushing record and studied Criminal Justice while attending Troy University according to the Prosecutor’s Office. His 7-month-old daughter was present during one undercover drug transaction.
29-year-old Vincent Lang was arrested at his Neptune home as part of the investigation after detectives recovered 19 bricks of heroin there.