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Thursday, February 24, 2022

Milledgeville, Georgia: Drug Leader Was Associated With Mexican Drug Cartel

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

One of the 22 people indicted last week by a federal grand jury on drug charges led a drug trafficking operation in Baldwin County that dealt with members of a Mexican drug cartel in the Stone Mountain area, The Union-Recorder has learned.

The man whom authorities contend led the illegal operation in Milledgeville and Baldwin County was identified as Jarvis “J Bo” Havior, 30, of the 2400 block of River Ridge Road, Milledgeville.

A federal grand jury recently indicted Havior on criminal charges related to the operation.

Havior was indicted on the following charges: one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, six counts of distribution of methamphetamine, two counts of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, two counts of possession of cocaine or cocaine base with intent to distribute, two counts of possession of a firearm in the furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, and one count of maintaining a drug-involved premises, according to the federal indictment that was unsealed last week by a judge in the U.S. Middle District of Georgia Courthouse in Macon. 

Havior and 21 other co-conspirators in the case appeared last week before U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles H. Weigle.

He remains in the custody of federal authorities.

Baldwin County Sheriff Bill Massee and Omulgee Drug Task Force Commander Wesley Nunn recently talked exclusively with The Union-Recorder about the major undercover drug operation that began in July 2020.

Since then, agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) out of the office in Macon, as well as the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Region 6 Office in Macon, along with the Ocmulgee Drug Task Force, the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office and Laurens County Sheriff’s Office in Dublin were involved investigating the “illegal drug activities of Havior, and the drug trafficking organization that he led” in Milledgeville and Baldwin County.

During the undercover drug operation, it was later learned that Havior was “a multi-kilogram distributor of meth, cocaine and marijuana in the Middle District of Georgia,” according to authorities.

Between July 2020 and November 2020, multiple controlled purchases of methamphetamine were made, according to Massee and Nunn.

The undercover investigation eventually rolled into 2021 when federal agents learned sometime between February 2021 and April 2021 that Havior was purchasing multiple kilograms of methamphetamine from a man named Noe Canela and another man identified as Nicolas Cuevas Flores.

The illegal drug transactions were made in Stone Mountain.

Havior was later arrested, along with co-conspirator Anrico Dontae Taylor, 32, of Milledgeville, following a traffic stop on April 5, 2021. The traffic stop was made on Ga. Route 22 in Baldwin County by Sgt. First Class Kevin Pope of the Georgia State Patrol, commander of the post in Milledgeville, along with Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sgts. Jerome Roberts and Brandon Towe.

At the time, the two men had in their possession four kilograms of methamphetamine, Nunn said.

Massee said authorities had learned through the ongoing undercover drug investigation that the two men had gone to the Atlanta area to purchase a large amount of meth with the aim of returning to Baldwin County with the drugs.

After arrests of Havior and Taylor, agents with the DEA Atlanta Task Force Group 4 continued the investigation and involvement of Canela and Cuevas Flores, authorities said.

The investigation led to the arrest of Cuevas Flores in October 2021.

Cuevas Flores was arrested during the controlled delivery of approximately 14 kilograms of meth and one kilogram of heroin, according to authorities.

Search warrants were later executed at the residences of Cuevas Flores and Canela in Stone Mountain and Lilburn.

The search warrants yielded approximately 67 kilograms of methamphetamine, one kilogram of heroin, several pounds of marijuana, and a number of assorted firearms.

This particular federal undercover drug investigation has led to the seizure of approximately 87 kilograms of methamphetamine, 2.5 kilograms of heroin/fentanyl, two kilograms of cocaine, nine firearms, and approximately $50,000 in cash.

Federal authorities say the case is ongoing and additional arrests are expected resulting from a separate federal indictment being sought in the U.S. Middle District of Georgia Federal Court in Macon.

Union recorder

28 comments:

  1. There is a homie here that came from the feds and while he was in the feds in the hig power section aka the hole he said Chino Natrax was there but he was told immediately by everyone he was a snitch and not to fuck with him. As time went by he wouls regularly see the DEA and prison officials go visit him in his cell for hours at a time or pull him out and hed be gone for hours soeaking with the DEA. Theys bring him fast food and they brought him myltiple cell phones which he continued to conduct business with but everything he said and did was being recorded and he knew it. He was operating with the knowledge of the DEA setting people upand just running his shit still behind bars but as i mentioned as a CI
    They could hear him and his phones vibrating up aginst the bunk and sometimes the ringtones of incoming phone calls when not on vibrate but specifically late at night when the tier wouls be quiet he wouls be heard yelling orders and cussing to his men whom all had no idea he had already flipped and was simply helping the DEA locate drug, weapons and money shipments, wanted men, and building cases.
    "Hijo de tu chingada madre lo tienen que hacer pero ahorita!!" And "me vale madre lo que dice el guey dile que lo dije yo!!" Etc
    Thats the kind of stuff that could be heard at night
    He also said another cartel top operator was there named El Tio i belive his first name was Raul

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    1. Then chino goes home to sinaloa.... not a smart move.

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    2. Hey Sosa, you're locked up homie? That's fucked up if you are but it's cool that you have access to the net.

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    3. 3:15 Mr Manta you're being a little to nosey.

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    4. Not saying it didn't happen but this sounds like a case of "I heard from a friend of a friend" Their was another guy that came on here and said he was locked up with Chino Antrax and supposedly dude was cool. Maybe your buddy was right or maybe he was just pulling your leg.

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    5. Sosa wrote previously that he is locked up

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    6. I think for some of the guys, getting hooked up w the DEA is in the back of their head when they are getting tired. If things get too hot, they know if they come Stateside, confess, work with the feds to get larger fish or info (narc), lower sentence with the ultimate goal of getting released with quasi protection and family sent as part of the deal. US citizenship for family etc. These are truly safe Golden handcuffs. Handcuffs but much better compared to life in MX unable to flee the life.
      It is really the safest long game for any of them. My guess

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    7. 3:15 Sosa is at the same 5 star hotel, that Chapo and Emma C. are at.

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    1. They run the food stamps and section 8 scams ..worthless lazy trash

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    2. And you must work huh juan Rambo lives matter

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    3. Chato where is your bro Chuy?

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    4. 5:08 Our lazy black asses built this country for no pay in case you failed american history or simply no nothing about it..Now come wash my cars

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    5. @5:53. Tranquilo, my brother. Likelier than not this Rambo smegma is some right-wing honky looking to foment discord between Blacks and Browns. He posts comments in Spanish, you say? Anybody can use Google translation.

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    6. Lol @7:23...Juan Rambo doesn't have a life...nor a woman,money,car,house, hairline,white teeth,job,kids,nice clothes,fresh breath or clean underwear.i don't think even you can convince him that his miserable life matters.

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    7. @ 8:26 ... I know and I actually told you the same a while back.. He is the lil Devil hiding behind the tree throwing rocks and hitting ppl in their heads.They don't see him and think one another is hitting them and they fight one another.Thats the coward he is.

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    8. 2:53 in these ERA more like lazy azzes depending bon section 8 and looking for a win onva police lawsuit.

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    9. More Whites use sect 8 and food stamps and I don't say it to knock any white ppl reading this.

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  3. And what are you Rambo a cartel B%tch? That jumps when mencho says jump?

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    1. Thats "El Señor Mencho" to you mr stink Eye.

      I hate him too but won't disrespect him. I don't want to disappear

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    2. Mencho can't jump he is dead, unless you want his ghost to jump.

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