Massive Gang and Drug Trafficking Investigation Results in 30 Indictments

A big investigation targeting a criminal gang involved in drug trafficking has led to the indictment of 30 people in Richmond County, Georgia. The state’s Attorney General, Chris Carr, announced that these individuals face over 300 charges.

The investigation, which began in February 2022, focused on the Richmond County to Central Savannah River area. Law enforcement closely monitored a gang called Trap Money, associated with the Inglewood Family Gangster Bloods and the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods.

Officials believe these 30 individuals worked together to make money, obtain firearms, drugs, and engage in criminal activities. During the investigation, authorities seized significant amounts of illegal substances, firearms, vehicles, homes, and cash.

The operation, named “No Loyalty,” involved multiple agencies like the GBI, FBI, Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Postal Service, and more. The goal was to dismantle gangs and make communities safer.

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FBI Atlanta’s Supervisory Senior Resident Agent, Matt Ploskunak, emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts in disrupting criminal activities and ensuring the safety of communities in Augusta and across Georgia.

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