As of Friday, February 10, 2012
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ALBANY — According to Matt Breedon, chief assistant district attorney, on Friday Dante Oliver received a 35-year sentence with a mandatory seven to be served in prison before he could begin probation. He was found guilty of aggravated assault, street gang terrorism and serving as a leader in the role of “Loc,” or Crips gang recruiter.
Morion Anderson was sentenced to 20 years with a mandatory three in prison before he could begin probation. He was found guilty of cocaine and marijuana possession with intent to distribute.
“They are to have no contact with Crips gang members and must be tested for drugs while on probation,” Breedon said. “They are also banished for the entire sentence from Dougherty County and any county that touches Dougherty County. That is all Southwest Georgia. They won’t be back.”
A third Crip, Jaquinte Stills, had his sentencing deferred to an undisclosed future date. He was found guilty of multiple receiving stolen property counts and street gang terrorism.