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Jersey Shore Drug Arrest Case Going To Grand Jury


Sep. 16 2011, Updated 9:00 a.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk - Radar Senior Reporter

The man who was arrested for allegedly having the illegal substance Ketamine -- also known as “Special K” -- on him at the Jersey Shore party house in July is going to have his case turned over to a grand jury for review, has exclusively learned.

Jonathan Manfre, 32, was arrested on July 24 in possession of a "white powdery substance" and a source close to the investigation told that the evidence will be presented to the grand jury in Ocean County, New Jersey.

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According to the source the charge could possibly be a felony depending on if the grand jury finds there is enough evidence to charge Manfre with possession of the illegal substance.

Ketamine is a medically prescribed drug that is legally used as a horse tranquilizer.

The illegal use of "Special K" can cause "dream-like states and hallucinations," according to

Manfre, nicknamed Jonny "The Unit," is a trainer and close friend of MTV cast member Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.


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