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April 10, 2008

Albany-  A man accused of helping dismantle one of the indoor marijuana growing operations in Terrell County has pleaded guilty.

Bryan Pellicano entered a guilty plea to federal obstruction charges. Prosecutors say Pellicano helped Michael Suber, Dean Slaymaker, and Anthony Rutkaukas move the indoor grow operation from a house on Florida Short Route in Sasser to a house on 12th Avenue in Albany.

Pellicano is one of five to be charged federally with obstruction. Prosecutors have said as many as 40 people could eventually face federal charges for the operation that included grow houses in three states and at least two South Georgia counties.

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