The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office’s Gang Task Unit has arrested four men and one woman who are facing drug trafficking charges.
The task unit worked in conjunction with Trafficking and Child Exploitation (TRACE), uniform warrants and the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit.
Luis Alfonso Ramirez is charged with Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act (VGCSA) trafficking methamphetamine, VGCSA trafficking cocaine, VGCSA possession of marijuana, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during commission of certain felonies and VGCSA possession of a schedule II controlled substance.
Maverick Jassir Alegria is charged with VGCSA possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug-related objects.
Xavier Jose Valente is charged with VGCSA possession of methamphetamine.
Anthony Fred Croy is charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and criminal use of an article with an altered ID mark.
Mara Wilson is charged with VGCSA possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug-related objects.
The arrests were made at 6043 Rolling Way in Norcross, where investigators seized multiple handguns, vehicles, cash and various types and amounts of drugs.
This is the first arrest conducted by the new Gang Task Unit that was started by Sheriff Keybo Taylor when he took office on Jan. 1. The Gang Task Unit is one of several new initiatives along with TRACE and a Mental Health Task Force.