Wednesday, July 3, 2019

3 Arrested in Dallas, Georgia on Methamphetamine and Meth Manufacturing Charges

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: DEA
 
                              Three arrested in Dallas, Georgia on methamphetamine charges

DALLAS, Georgia:  On June 26, 2019, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested Jorge Menera, Daniel Duarte Landa, and Dominguez Marcio Vazquez on charges of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Additional charges are pending.

On June 26, 2019, at approximately 9:15 a.m., the GBI Haralson Paulding Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 809 Williams Road, Dallas, Ga. The investigation involved a vehicle being stopped as it was leaving the property, resulting in a foot pursuit and arrest. Approximately 40 Kilograms of methamphetamine was seized inside the vehicle.

A subsequent search of the residence resulted in the discovery of an active clandestine methamphetamine lab and more than 56 Kilograms of methamphetamine inside the residence. An additional 140 Kilograms of unfinished methamphetamine (in liquid form) was also located. 

Menera, Landa, and Vazquez were arrested at the scene and are being held with multiple charges pending. The United States Drug Enforcement Administration is also investigating.

The Haralson Paulding Drug Task Force consists of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office, the Haralson County Sheriff’s Office, the Dallas Police Department, and the Tallapoosa Police Department. This joint investigation remains active.

29 comments:

  1. Damn... Looks like an informant had alot of info about the operations of these guys

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    1. Thought the exact same thing..isnt cjng's home base in the us, atlanta??? Im just guessing, but from the article, it sounds like they moved the meth into georgia, in liquid form- then just converted it- maybe im wrong, idk...
      And damn.....they kept hitting place after place and finding more everytime..

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    2. @1:50a.m!i live not far from atlanta and they keep busting sinaloa here mostly.they got 20 sinaloa here a month or two ago but what do i know but thats what the police say!

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  2. Not your average mom & pop shop.

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  3. Dallas Tx still going strong. De Dallas a Cuauhtémoc.
    Y que se pudran los feos.

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    1. Dallas, Georgia.. Atlanta is a logistical city for distribution

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    2. Dallas GEORGIA fool

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    3. It clearly says dallas, georgia multiple times in the article

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    4. Learn to read

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    5. Dallas, Georgia, Northwest of Atlanta check your maps gaddemet!
      The you can get a room there, sooner, with free breakfast.

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    6. @ everyone
      And I clearly said Tx. Y’all should learn to read. I read the article. Georgia said it multiple times.
      I’m from Dallas Tx a state to the south west.
      That’s why I made a shout out.
      All y’all can eat a bag of Oscar Mayer’s. Chew thoroughly. Ladies night.
      Y que se pudran los feos.

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    7. 9:23 fack tejas and the horse's ass you rode in.
      Grow the fack up and recognize you thought "Dallas, Georgia" was a mistake, and stop bitching about everybody else.
      --We do not care about your, sorry esss! Really!

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  4. Just some independents out to make a shekel. No cartel is making meth in the US. Too much heat for too little payoff.

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    1. @ 6:11 These guys were more than ' just some independents.' Even if they are not cartel connected they were moving serious weight and were obviously big players in the underworld.

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  5. I agree, and since the concession was given to the cartels we now have meth everywhere and it's cheaper.
    Another local industry headed to Mexico, and now we have zero control over it. And you think it's bad now?

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    1. For sure. And thus Coca Cola keeps getting more expensive and harder to find. I’m gonna have to get off my lazy ass and get a job if it gets any worse. All of the real brick men are dead or locked up for life. RIP Gustavo Adames. I miss ya playa!!

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  6. 5:57 pm, Dallas, Georgia. No Tx. Below Rome and Cartersville, Georgia. Helps to refer to Google Maps

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  7. Ten years. Unless they are used as bait to catch the bigger fish

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    1. 2:33 too late to use bait, their boss prolly gave them up the way lagartijas shed their tail to escape... Of course someone tips the narco-lagartijas in the nick of time.

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  8. Great catch, Marina's learn from this one, gather Intel., arrest then confiscate. It's a felony mass amount, looking big time in the pokey.

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    1. 6:52 No Marinas doing police work in Georgia, maybe former military or Militarized polesias.

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  9. It’s Dallas, Georgia a city in Georgia Einstein

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  10. This is not the first time the have busted homes with meth labs in Georgia that are tied to Cartels. Big distribution State. Another one got busted in February.
    In total, “ They seized about 115 kilos of methamphetamine, 25 gallons of liquid methamphetamine, 4-and-a-half kilos of heroin, 2 kilos of pure fentanyl and most interesting 12,000 fentanyl pills,"

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  11. Georgia is a very bad state to get caught trafficking drugs in.hell youll get longer for that than attempted murder or rape here!

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    1. 3:08 I believe there are a lot of rapists in Georgia, some are trying to become senators or governors or sompim', but drugs is their secret love since forever, stiff se te ces for those who get caught is just to save face.

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    2. I was watching livepd in atl a few weeks ago- they "randomly" pulled into a gas station- stopped 2 kids that were like 23 yrs old....i didnt think much of it, but they ended up searching the car and finding a SHIT TON of glass- huge shards in tupperware containers- i forget how much they had- but was enough to get a life sentence if i remember right- georgia has to be 1 of the worst states to get busted with any quantity of hard drugs-
      Kid didnt seem all to concerned lols

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    3. @ 3:08 Unfortunately, that won't deter many criminals who view the prospect of making millions of dollars and the power that comes with that as worth the risk of death or jail.

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  12. This isn't really a meth manufacturing lab. It's more like a liquid meth conversion lab. Mexican cartels are smuggling liquid meth into the US that is later processed and converted to "crystal" meth.

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  13. Make America great again by poisoning ur own...haha

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