GULFPORT -- An associate of the Black Gangsta Disciples street gang will serve five years in prison and pay a $5,000 fine for his transporting meth to George County for distribution.
U.S. District Judge Sul Ozerden also ordered Jamalia Nix, 35, of Mobile, to serve three years under post-release supervision on a charge of interstate travel in aid of racketeering. In exchange for his plea, the remaining charges were dropped.
Nix, records show, brought meth from Texas to George County.
Nix was among nine Black Gangsta Disciples street gang members or associates indicted on charges of conspiracy to distribute meth and other charges in the case.
The others indicted in the case were Larry Darnell "L.D." Anderson, 33, of Lucedale; Samuel "Sambo" McDaniel Jr., 32, of Lucedale; Calvin "D" Allen Sr., 43, of Pascagoula; Christina Denise Miller, 29, of George County; Phillip "Ponty" Spivery, 51, of Lucedale; Kermit "Olin" Blackston, 41, of Lucedale; Hosea E. "Bulldog" Blackston, 42, of Mobile; and Senon Guzman, 31, of Pasadena, Texas.
The criminal activity occurred between January 2013 and Nov. 5, 2014.
The arrests occurred after a two-year joint investigation into meth trafficking in South Mississippi by the FBI Safe Streets Task Force, the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, the George County Sheriff's Office, the Lucedale Police Department, and the South Mississippi Metro Enforcement Team.
With Nix's sentence, the case is officially closed.
All defendants have been convicted and are now serving time.