Good work

Published 7:53 pm Friday, March 18, 2011

Four years of hard, tenacious, tedious work.

Four years of watching cocaine pusher and the poison they peddled.

And then finally, with the good work of Bainbridge Public Safety Chief Investigator Frank Green and the support from Public Safety Director Larry Funderburke and City Manager Chris Hobby, a major cocaine ring was busted.

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And of course, along with the dope they peddled, some of these 23 alleged pushers also potentially played a part in a dog-fighting ring.

Low life will be low life, but thanks to Green and the other law enforcement agencies and organizations, at least 23 were taken off the streets Wednesday.

Congratulations on your work and skills paying off in the federal indictment and the arrests of at least 23 persons involved in a major cocaine distribution ring. Approximately 25 kilograms of cocaine and more than $1 million in U.S. currency were also seized

“This is the largest amount of cocaine that has ever been seized in Bainbridge and Decatur County, that we know of,” Green said. Kudos!