Thirty-six residents of Georgia, Florida and California have been charged with conspiring to traffic large amounts of drugs -methamphetamine, cocaine and others - in South Georgia counties.
The indictments came after a joint federal and state investigation into violent gang and drug trafficking activities in Ware, Pierce and Glynn counties.
The 36 defendants charged are:
The one-year undercover investigation was led by the FBI, the Waycross Police Department and the Ware County Sheriff’s Office. The Glynn County Police Department, the Brunswick Police Department, the Blackshear Police Department, the U. S. Marshal Service, the U. S. Probation Office and the Georgia Department of Community Supervision also assisted.
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