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Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Joel Tucker, White Supremacist Gang Member with Killer Kracker Pride and Affiliated with Ghost Face Gangster, Pleads Guilty in Project Safe Neighborhoods Case #Georgia

A documented member of a white supremacist organization that is sometimes affiliated with the Ghost Face Gangsters pleaded guilty to illegally possessing a firearm in a Project Safe Neighborhoods case.

Joel Nelson Tucker, 32, of Moultrie, Georgia, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon before U.S. District Judge Louis Sands on Tuesday, April 19. Tucker faces a maximum ten years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release and a maximum $250,000 fine. Sentencing is set for July 27, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. before Judge Sands. There is no parole in the federal system.

“Our region’s most violent and repeat offenders who continue to possess firearms illegally will be held accountable at the federal level,” said U.S. Attorney Peter D. Leary. “Through the Project Safe Neighborhoods program, federal prosecutors are working with law enforcement agencies to concentrate enforcement efforts on violent career offenders in an effort to reduce crime and ultimately make our communities safer.”

“Gang members like Tucker continuously plague our communities even after being charged and convicted of multiple crimes,” said Philip Wislar, Acting Special Agent in Charge of FBI Atlanta. “The FBI is proud to work with our law enforcement partners to enforce federal laws that can provide serious prison time for criminals who refuse to learn from their mistakes and continue to possess firearms and endanger others.”

According to court documents and other evidence, a Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a citizen’s call about two individuals driving a truck on property behind his residence, which had been the target of several recent thefts. The deputy recognized the driver as Tucker, who had outstanding arrest warrants, was a known convicted felon and had led deputies on a high-speed pursuit in recent months. Tucker, who was wearing a shoulder holster while seated in the front seat, gave a false name to the deputy. The officer saw a gun resting inches away from Tucker’s right hand. When he asked the defendant to exit his vehicle, Tucker replied with an expletive and refused to get out of the truck. The deputy, who had called for law enforcement back-up, gave numerous commands for Tucker to exit the truck. Tucker failed to comply. Tucker moved his hand toward his holster and the deputy deployed his taser. Tucker was handcuffed by another responding deputy and was combative during the arrest.

Tucker, who is a convicted felon, was in illegal possession of a Charter Arms Bulldog .44 special revolver at the time of his arrest. Tucker was on probation at the time of the arrest and has multiple convictions in Colquitt County, Georgia, Superior Court, including for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and burglary. Tucker is a known and validated member the KKP (Killer Kracker Pride), a hybrid gang that originated in the Colquitt County Jail. KKP is a white supremacy organization that is sometimes affiliated with the Ghost Face Gangster.

Monday, September 09, 2019

Highly-Ranked Ghost Face Gangster Orders Beating from Prison @GBI_GA #MorningRushATL

A high-ranking member of the Ghost Face Gangsters faces several new charges after penning a letter from jail ordering the beating of another gang member on the outside, the GBI said.

Tyler Estes, 25, was charged with conspiracy to commit battery and two counts of violating Georgia’s criminal street gang statute after a letter he sent from the Meriwether County jail was intercepted by deputies, the GBI said.

In the letter, which was allegedly written to another Ghost Face gang member, Estes touts his high-ranking status in the organization and orders the beating and expulsion of a third member for violating the gang’s code of conduct, authorities said. Estes reportedly wanted the gang member punished for being disloyal and stealing money from fellow Ghost Face members, the GBI said.

In an interview, Estes allegedly confessed to being part of the gang and admitted writing the letter to orchestrate the physical attack, authorities said. He had been in the Meriwether jail on charges of probation violation and destruction of government property, special agent Fred Wimberly said.The Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office is assisting the GBI with its investigation, which will be turned over to the Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office for prosecution.

Thanks to Shaddi Abusaid.


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