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Federal court officials said an organization of 32 people were indicted in connection to a Moultrie-based meth ring. Court evidence said some transactions also occurred in Atlanta and parts of Florida, including at the Georgia-Florida line, from May until November 2016.

The facts taken from various plea agreements show that from May until November of 2016, Boris Fuller was the leader of an organization of dozens of individuals who distributed meth in and around Moultrie. Authorities estimate that the group was responsible for the distribution of more than 20 kilograms of the drug.


The number of arrests resulting from investigations conducted by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit (CEACC) and the Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force has steadily risen over the past three years, according to GBI officials.

An Americus man wanted for murder and kidnapping is in police custody today thanks to the coordinated efforts of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the Americus Police Department, the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, according to multiple reports.