Over A Dozen Arrested In Georgia In Ghost Face Gangsters Investigation

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Over a dozen people were arrested on Tuesday on gang charges.

Authorities said those arrested are connected to the Ghost Face Gangsters. Some of the suspects will be charged under the Georgia Street Gang and Terrorism Prevention Act.

The following people were arrested:

Joseph Tanner Smith, 23, Rossville -- simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Casey Gamble, 26, Rossville -- simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Levi Edgeman, 22, Lafayette -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Luke Williams, 21, Ringgold -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Larry Keith Smith, 25, Ringgold -- simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Corey Osburne, 33, Lafayette -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Thomas Gaines, 30, Lafayette -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Travis Wellborn, 29, Lafayette -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Zane Smith, 25, Rossville -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

William Wooten, 25, Atlanta -- parole violation, possession of methamphetamine, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Chadwick Clowers, 25, Dalton -- probation violation, simple battery, GA Street Gangs Act.

Amanda Wellborn, 32, Rossville -- probation violation, possession of methamphetamine, crossing guard lines with contraband.

Katie Cox, 21, Rossville -- possession of methamphetamine.

Cruise Housley, 19, Chickamauga -- probation violation

Jonathan Perkins, 41, Rossville -- possession of methamphetamine, possession of firearm by convicted felon, possession of marijuana <1oz., possession of Schedule II Hydrocodone.

Dillon Mitchell, 23, Lafayette -- possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, use of telecommunication device to facilitate a crime.


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