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Man sentenced for methamphetamine trafficking

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WAYCROSS, GA (WTOC) -

The U.S. District Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Georgia announced that last defendant in a methamphetamine trafficking conspiracy has been sentenced. 

U.S. Chief District Court Judge Lisa Godbey Wood to sentenced Charles W. Johns, 60, of Hoboken, Ga., to 78 months in prison for his role in a methamphetamine conspiracy operating in the Waycross area.  

The judge has already sentenced four others from the Waycross area for their roles in the drug trafficking conspiracy.  

Stephen Miles, 30, was sentenced to 124 months in prison; Pamela Moore, 45 and the wife of defendant Johns, was sentenced to 48 months in prison; Corey B. Perkins, 33, was sentenced to 37 months in prison; and, Anna Hambrick, 28, was sentenced to 20 months in prison, according to the U.S. District Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Georgia.    

Miles was the leader and organizer of a methamphetamine trafficking ring operating out of the Ware and Brantley counties.  

In January 2012, several undercover purchases of meth were made from members of the conspiracy, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.  

Agents executed search warrants where a weapon and a significant amount of meth were seized. 

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