Four Arrested in Multi-County Drug Investigation

Four people from Northeast Georgia are facing drug charges as the result of a multi-county drug investigation.

On Thursday, November 18, 2021, law enforcement officials were investigating meth trafficking over several counties in North Georgia.

During this investigation, approximately ½ a kilogram of Methamphetamine, $7,300.00 dollars of U.S. Currency was seized, and four arrests were made.

The street value of Methamphetamine is $6,750.00

Arrested was 33-year old Samantha Burrell, of Clayton.

She was charged with possession of Methamphetamine with intent to distribute and is in the Rabun County Jail

22-year old Keldon Dixon, also from Clayton was charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and is in the Rabun County Jail

24-year old Ingri Cruz, of Toccoa, is charged with trafficking Methamphetamine and is in the Stephens County Jail and

43-year old Robin Clark, of Athens, Georgia was charged with Trafficking Methamphetamine and is in the Jackson County Jail.

Clark had previous outstanding warrants in Jackson County, including aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.

She also has outstanding warrants in South Carolina.

The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office, Rabun County Sheriff’s Office, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Georgia State Patrol, and Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office were directly involved in this investigation.

The investigation is still active and ongoing.

ARDEO encourages citizens to report any suspicious drug activity via Facebook IM (@AppalachianRDEO) or at 706-348-7410 or contact your local Sheriff’s Office or Police Department.