Police say men had more than 50 pounds of meth
by Lindsay Field
February 21, 2013 04:08 PM | 5086 views | 8 8 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Four men are being held in the Cobb County Jail without bond on charges they had large amounts of methamphetamine. They are also being held on federal immigration violations.

Jose Juan Perez-Diaz and Alier Pineda-Sanchez, both of Mableton; Jose Edgardo Melendez of Sandy Springs; and Gerardo Milian Nagera of Cartersville; have all been arrested on charges of felony trafficking methamphetamine.

Perez-Diaz was arrested Feb. 17 and the other three on Feb. 16.

According to arrest warrants, the four are accused of selling, manufacturing, delivering and bringing to Georgia 24 kilograms, or 52.9 pounds, of meth.

The case is being investigated and handled by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s Atlanta Field Division.

Special Agent Chuvalo J. Truesdell with the federal office declined to comment on the case.

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dustoff
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February 23, 2013
Ahhh!!!!

Another fine group of fine upstanding group from south of the border that the idiot in the Oval Office is welcoming with open arms!
anonymous
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February 23, 2013
These poor immigrants were just trying to find work to feed their families.
Southern Patriot
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February 23, 2013
The nation's changing demographics will be its destruction. We need only look to Mexico and Africa to see our future.
la familia
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February 22, 2013
Hey, that looks like my yardman!!
mk-welcome
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February 22, 2013
These are the new Americans. Welcome! May you be prosperous & thrive in the land of ostriches!
Pat H
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February 21, 2013
Too bad these low lives weren't captured at the border. Now we have to pay to keep them in jail while their mamacitas soak the taxpayers for their baby anchors, aka future gangbangers.

LucaM
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February 22, 2013
the sad part is that their clients are american citizens.
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