Photo: Twiggs County Sheriff's Office

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 news came from the U.S. Attorney’s Office where Charlie Peeler, the United States Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, prosecuted the cases. United States District Judge Marc Treadwell handed down the sentences in Macon federal court on September 4, 2019.

John Dimitri Jordan, 40, of Atlanta, Georgia was sentenced to 140 months in prison

Justin Hunt – Photo: Bibb Co. Sheriff’s Office

followed by four years supervised release for Distribution of Crack Cocaine.

Justin Hunt aka “Big Boy”, 34, of Macon, Georgia was sentenced to 130 months in prison

followed by four years supervised release for Distribution of Methamphetamine.

Larry Cumbie, 39, of Danville, Georgia was sentenced to 114 months in prison followed by three years supervised release for Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine.

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From the traffic stop which led to the arrest of Larry Cumbie (Photo: Twiggs County Sheriff’s Office)

There is no parole in the federal prison system.

“Individuals who choose to profit from dealing large amounts of deadly, illegal drugs in the Middle District of Georgia will face serious penalties and long prison sentences,” U.S. Attorney Charlie Peeler said in a press release. “We will continue to work closely with our law enforcement partners in our shared effort to eradicate the sale of illegal drugs across the region.  Thank you to the many law enforcement agencies involves in these cases.”

The Jordan case was investigated by the DEA, the Ocmulgee Drug Task Force, and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
The Hunt case was investigated the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office.
The Cumbie case was investigated by the DEA, the Twiggs County Sheriff’s Office, and the Ocmulgee Drug Task Force.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Ouzts prosecuted all three cases for the Government.

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