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{STREETZ MORNING TAKEOVER} Nearly $1M in drugs seized in massive bust in Athens; some sold to UGA students

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IN ATHENS… IT’S GOING DOWN

Specialists said the people cooperated, selling hazardous medications like heroin, meth, and rocks all through the zone.

“This is the biggest scale and best activity of its sort for Athens-Clarke County police,” Chief Cleveland Spruell Sr. said. “What’s more, it sends a reasonable message: Violent guilty parties won’t go on without serious consequences in our networks.”

Handguns, ambush rifles and $80,000 in real money were likewise found and seized in the bust.

Coming up next were captured and accused of trick to have with goal to circulate methamphetamine, heroin, and rocks:

Rickshun Willingham, otherwise known as “Teddy,” 32, of Athens

Jaquavious T. Turner, otherwise known as “Take One”

Jamian Huff, otherwise known as “Dunk,” 34, of Athens

Andrew Bravo Jimenez, otherwise known as “Sagging” (on the loose)

Manuel Gonzalez Romero, of Athens and Mexico

Steven Ricole Scott, otherwise known as “Dark,” otherwise known as “Unc,” 43, of Athens

Antonio M. Mitchell, otherwise known as “Tonio,” 30, of Athens

Marques Ward, otherwise known as “YG,” 31, of Athens

Ttajia Forney, 19, of Athens

Christopher Sanders, otherwise known as “Chris,” 33, of Athens

Bernard Barnett, otherwise known as “Nard,” 22, of Athens

Maquila Jones, otherwise known as “Qui,” 20, of Athens

Nicholas Jackson, otherwise known as “Scratch Bean,” 26, of Athens

Terrell Bush, otherwise known as “T-Rock,” 45, of Athens

Shaddrick Cox, otherwise known as “Shad,” 24, of Athens

Robert Bolton, Jr., otherwise known as “Ransack,” 31, of Athens

Specialists said they are as yet searching for one other suspect.

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