Black Gangsta Disciple gets nearly 22 years in George County meth trafficking case


GULFPORT -- A member of the Black Gangsta Disciples street gang will serve nearly 22 years in prison for his involvement in a conspiracy to distribute meth in George County.

Senon Guzman, 31, of Pasadena, Texas, was also ordered Tuesday to serve five years of post-release supervision and pay $25,000 in fines.

Guzman had failed to show up for his initial sentencing on the drug conspiracy charge in August, but was picked up Sept. 1 in Texas after the judge issued a warrant for his arrest.

Authorities in Houston had arrested Guzman in January in the meth case. He was released on a $75,000 bond, but then entered a guilty plea in March.

Guzman is one of nine people accused of pulling off the meth racket in George County and across South Mississippi between January 2013 and Nov. 5.

The others are Larry Darnell "L.D." Anderson, 33, of Lucedale; Samuel "Sambo" McDaniel Jr., 32, of Lucedale; Calvin "D" Allen Sr., 43, of Pascagoula; Jamalia Nix, 34, of Mobile; Christine Denise Miller, 29, of George County; Phillip "Ponty" Spivery, 51, of Lucedale; and Kermit "Olin" Blackston, 41, of Lucedale, and Hosea E. "Bulldog" Blackston, 42, of Mobile.