Eight Facing Meth Charges

5:23 PM, Aug 20, 2009   |    comments
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   The Bibb County Sheriff's Office says it's busted a methamphetamine ring in Central Georgia.

 


     Thursday afternoon, the sheriff's office says they've arrested eight people on meth charges.

 


     They said the ringleader was Jason Robertson of 9765 of Zora Place in Macon.

 


     They said he was selling meth around Macon and Warner Robins.

 


     The sheriff's department says the group faces charges that include trafficking methamphetamine, conspiracy to traffic methamphetamine, conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and conspiracy to possess methamphetamine.

   They say the following items have been seized:

  • About four ounces of methamphetamine;
  • About six ounces of marijuana;
  •  prescription narcotics
  • about $10,000 in cash;
  •  seven automobiles, a pontoon boat and two personal watercrafts;
  • and more than 50 firearms, several of them stolen from people in Central Georgia. One, the sheriff's department says, was an AK-47 variant assault rifle that has been altered to function as a fully automatic assault rifle.
  • a stolen ATV, a John Deere riding lawn mower, several cordless power tools, hand tools and landscaping tools.

The sheriff's department says these people have been charged:


  • Jason Allan Robertson, 32, of Macon;
  • Michael Anthony Boselie, 32, of Macon;
  • Anthony Eugene Britt, 38, of Macon;
  • Billy Michael Smith, 29 of Macon;
  • Ricky James Yasutake, 46, of Macon;
  • Joshua Duane Oglesby, 30, of Warner Robins;
  • Charles William Farrow II, 25, of Warner Robins;
  • Cassandra Searan Britt of Macon,

The sheriff's office says all eight people may face other charges and more arrests are expected.

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