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UPDATE: Operation Clean Sweep continues

BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) - One of the largest drug roundups in Decatur County history continued Wednesday with several more arrests.

10 more people are now charged in Operation Clean Sweep.

It's designed to get drugs dealers off the streets.

32 suspects are now in jail. "The mid-level and street level dealer are the ones you see every day out selling drugs to our residents and especially our children. And we wanted to put a stop to that and send a very clear message that that type of activity is not going to be tolerated here in the city of Bainbridge," said Bainbridge Public Safety Director Eric Miller.

Police say so far they have seized 16 cars, several T-V's, and other property.

Below is the list of the 28 suspects arrested this week in Bainbridge during Operation Clean Sweep and what they are charged with.

• Andrecas Harris, 22, sale of marijuana (three counts), sale of cocaine (three counts)

• Alex Myrick, 33, sale of marijuana (two counts), sale of cocaine, use of communications facility in committing an act of felony

• Brock Byrd, 34, sale of cocaine (two counts), use of a communications facility in committing an act of felony (two counts)

• Travis Hallmon, 31, sale of marijuana (two counts)

• Ezekial Hodge, 41, sale of cocaine (three counts), sale of cocaine near public park (two counts), use of telecommunications to commit a felony

• Tramias Kirkland, 24, sale of marijuana (three counts), use of communications facility in committing an act of felony (two counts)

• Roderick Moten, 33, sale of cocaine (two counts), sale of cocaine near public park, sale of cocaine near housing projects, use of communications facility in committing an act of felony (two counts)

• Brandon Sasser, 22, sale of cocaine (two counts)

• Desmond Henry, 40, sale of cocaine, sale of marijuana

• Gregory Akins, 34, sale of cocaine

• Maurice Hubert, 22, sale of marijuana (three counts), sale of marijuana near school

• David Love, 39, sale of cocaine (three counts), sale of marijuana (two counts), sale of marijuana near housing project, sale of cocaine near housing project (three counts), use of communications facility in committing an act of felony (three counts)

• Emanuel Hodge Jr, 43, sale of cocaine (two counts), sale of cocaine near housing project (two counts), use of communications facility in committing an act of felony

• Christopher Conley, 30, sale of marijuana, use of telecommunication to commit a felony

• Kenneth Hawkins, 24, sale of marijuana (three counts), use of telecommunications to commit a felony

• Kiin Kirkland, 21, sale of marijuana

• Louis Ousley, 23, sale of cocaine, criminal trespass

• Sharie Paulk, sale of marijuana (three counts), sale of marijuana near public housing (three counts)

• Markise Jones, 27, possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), use of communications facility in committing an act of felony

• Kelvin Ford, 26, sale of cocaine, sale of cocaine near school, sale of marijuana

• Detroy Rambo, 25, sale of cocaine (two counts), sale of marijuana

• Stacy Levens, 36, sale of cocaine

• Lawrence Rashad Allen, 21, sale of marijuana, sale of marijuana near a housing authority

• Tashunski Levon Green, 22, sale of cocaine (two counts), use of communications facility in committing an act of felony (two counts)

• James Edward Parrish, 30, sale of marijuana

• Bryan Harrell, 26 possession of cocaine, use of telecommunications device to commit a felony

• Calvin Anderson, 35 possession of cocaine, sale of cocaine, sale of marijuana

• Ernest Bryant, 43, sale of marijuana (four counts)

 In addition, four suspects were found to already be in jail:

• Jermichael Quantee Williams, 31, sale of marijuana (two counts), sale of marijuana near housing project, (being held at the Pelham City Jail)

• Fred Edward Anderson, sale of marijuana (five counts), sale of marijuana near public housing/housing project (five counts), (being held at the Pelham City Jail)

• Jamal Jackson, sale of marijuana (two counts), (being held at the Decatur County Jail)

• Freddie Johnson Jr., 30, five counts sale of marijuana, sale of marijuana near a housing authority (two counts), (being held at the Seminole County Jail)

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