“He demonstrated a complete lack of concern for the victims in this case and justly deserved this lengthy prison sentence.” - US Attorney's Office
Another round of sentencings in the Operation Vanilla Gorilla drug trafficking investigation is sending more defendants to substantial terms in federal prison.
The HERO Corps program recruits and trains wounded, ill, or injured active-duty service members, transitioning active-duty service members, and military veterans for employment to support law enforcement in the areas of child exploitation investigations, child victim identification, traveling child sex offenders, and digital forensics.
Troopers searched the vehicle and observed that the battery in the truck was significantly cleaner than the rest of the engine compartment. Upon closer inspection, agents realized that the battery had been altered.
The 19-year-old was sentenced to 38 years in prison. Once he's released, he will have another 5 years under supervision.
Governor Brian Kemp has declared September as National Preparedness Month, with the goal of Georgians being “Prepared, Not Scared,” for floods and any other disasters, both physically and financially.
Pill factory used Dark Web to purchase and sell drugs, including synthetic opioids
Authorities seized 9 kilos of heroin and 1 kilo of fentanyl.
Three Middle Georgia defendants involved in three different criminal drug distribution operations were each sentenced to more than 100 months in prison for their crimes this past week.
The grand jury returned a total of 57 counts in 2 indictments.