GBI Drug Bust Nets Four Arrests in Central Georgia Joint Operation

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Four individuals from various cities in Georgia have been arrested following a collaborative effort by law enforcement agencies in a joint drug investigation. Martavious Jamale Moore, aged 31, of Macon, Georgia; Derrick Tyrone Taylor Jr., aged 26, of Irwinton, Georgia; Tu’aijah Keambre Warren, aged 28, also of Irwinton, Georgia; and Kendall Saulsberry, aged 32, of Milledgeville, Georgia, were apprehended by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Middle Georgia Gang Task Force (GBI-MGGTF) and partnering agencies.

The operation, which unfolded on Friday, May 3, 2024, involved the execution of three search warrants, two in Milledgeville and one in Macon. During the searches, authorities seized suspected Crack Cocaine, Powder Cocaine, Ecstasy (MDMA), and Marijuana, alongside a significant amount of cash.

Martavious Jamale Moore was charged with Trafficking Cocaine on May 3, 2024, with further charges pending.

Derrick Tyrone Taylor Jr. was arrested on May 9, 2024, facing multiple charges including Possession of Firearm During the Commission of Crime, Possession with Intent to Distribute various substances, and Possession of Firearms by a convicted Felon.

Tu’aijah Keambre Warren faced similar charges to Taylor and was also booked on May 9, 2024. K

endall Saulsberry was charged with various offenses including Possession of Cocaine and Marijuana with Intent to Distribute, and booked following his arrest.

Moore and Saulsberry were detained at the Baldwin County Jail, while Taylor and Warren were incarcerated at the Wilkinson County Jail.

The investigation, conducted by GBI-MGGTF in collaboration with other agencies such as GDC, DCS, and GSP, aimed to combat drug distribution and gang activity in Central Georgia, with the objective of fostering a safer environment for the community.

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