Federal prosecutors are charging six people in a drug ring that involved dealers posing as Uber drivers.
The Justice Department says the suspects sold cocaine and heroin to more than 100 customers in the Bronx and upper Manhattan.
Investigators say the drivers put fake Uber logos on delivery cars to avoid looking suspicious.
Law enforcement authorities seized five cars while making the arrests.
They found about two pounds of cocaine, a gun and more than $22,000 in cash.
They say the leader of the group, Alfredo Tejada-Almonte, and another suspect were taken into custody last week.
Four other suspects were arrested on Tuesday.