BRUNSWICK, Ga. – A federal decide has sentenced a 38-yr-previous man to 25 years in federal jail for his position in a violent gang and drug trafficking group that operated in Southeast Georgia and past..
Calvin Lewis, of Brunswick, was sentenced earlier this week by United States District Decide Lisa Godbey Wooden.
Proof introduced throughout hearings confirmed that Lewis was the Brunswick-space chief of the Rolling 20’s Bloods gang, whose members endured “beat ins” as a part of their initiations.
Throughout a prolonged undercover investigation, FBI brokers and Glynn County Police Division investigators carried out wiretaps to collect proof and to dismantle Lewis’ drug group. Wire intercepts revealed that Lewis inspired his fellow gang members to collect firearms to guard their drug trafficking group and to retaliate towards threats, each perceived and actual.
Investigators have been additionally capable of decide that Lewis and different conspirators bought kilograms of cocaine and crack cocaine from “lure” homes situated all through Brunswick.
Lewis was one in every of 19 conspirators in Brunswick convicted as a part of an investigation dubbed by regulation enforcement as “Operation Bloody Prince.” Melvina Lewis, Calvin Lewis’ spouse, was beforehand sentenced to one hundred sixty five months in federal jail; their step-son, Jamar Bradley, was sentenced to 215 months in jail.
Businesses that participated within the FBI-led investigation included the Coastal Georgia Violent Gang Process Pressure, the Glynn County Police Division and the USA Marshal’s Service.
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