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MACE report Feb. 13
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In massive sweeps conducted over the last few weeks the Multi Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task Force has rid the streets of drugs and drug dealers within Liberty County.

Jan. 25
223 Garden Circle, Hinesville

After initiating a search warrant Jaque Cox, Nathan Singletary and Alfred Brown were arrested. Cox was charged with possession with the intent to distribute marijuana and possession of cocaine residue. Singletary was charged with possession of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Brown was charged with possession of cocaine.

Jan 29
2426 Shaw Road, Walthourville

Receiving complaints of suspicious activities MACE placed the residence under surveillance. Authorities approached a car occupied by Delando Fabian. When Fabian got out of the car agents noticed a big bulge in the front waistline of Fabian's pants. As he moved around nervously the bulge dropped to the floor and exposed a one-pound bag of what is reported to be pressed and pre-packaged marijuana. Agents then got a search warrant for the house and found Kelvin Fabian inside along with alleged marijuana residue packing material and three small marijuana plants.
Delando Fabian was charged with one count of purchase, possession, manufacture, distribution or sale of marijuana, one count of manufacturing/deliver/distribute/administer/sell/possession with intent to distribute and one count of possession of tools of the crime. His bond was set at $10,500.
Kelvin Fabian was charged with one count of manufacturing marijuana. His bond was set at  $5,000.

Feb. 5
56 Ravenswood, Liberty County

A search warrant, issued after complaints and suspicious activities were reported, yielded a cache of approximately an ounce of alleged powdered cocaine. Arrested were two young women and a man.
Amanda Kratzer, 22, and Danielle Bingham, 23, are reportedly military spouses whose husbands are currently deployed to Iraq. Also arrested was Kermit Lewis, 27, who was on a work release program for Liberty County Regional Jail. All three were charged with trafficking cocaine and tools of the crime and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

Feb. 5
Willowbrook Apartments, Hinesville

Assisting the Hinesville Police Department, MACE agents responded to neighbors who complained of alleged drug activity being conducted in a wooded pathway between the apartment complex and surrounding residences. Authorities later saw Corey Nixon pick up a Burger King cup from the ground. When they confronted Nixon they discovered the cup contained 28 grams of alleged marijuana. Nixon said he saw the cup in the trail and just picked it up when he was approached by the officers.
Nixon was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
That same morning at Willowbrook, suspicious activities were reported out of apartment 420. Agents knocked on the door and smelled marijuana emanating from inside. Once the subjects opened the door the agents found marijuana and noticed the toilets were recently flushed and marijuana residue was still detectable inside the toilet rim.
Tyronne Milledge, 27, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and tampering with evidence. The other subject was a juvenile.

Feb. 5
Griffin Road, Walthourville

Agents were searching for a possible suspect in relation to previous drug activities when they saw a man they thought was their subject in a vehicle. They stopped the vehicle and approached Fred Ash. Ash, 36, of Riceboro, was allegedly found with 3.5 grams of crack, two Darvocet pills, 10 Viagra pills, 5.4 grams of marijuana and four crack rocks. Agents were given consent to search Ash's parents residence where he stayed and discovered three guns, two of which were reported stolen in Liberty County.
He was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance, tools of the crime, possession of a gun by a convicted felon and possession of stolen property.

Feb. 5
I-95 northbound, Liberty County

MACE was asked to assist after a Liberty County deputy stopped a driver for speeding and discovered drugs and cash in his vehicle.
Marc Maurice of Savannah was allegedly found in possession of 291 grams of powdered cocaine and $700 dollars wrapped with a rubber band.
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