Clayton County, Georgia  –  A monthslong drug investigation has led to the arrest of Brian Keith Fuller, 39, for trafficking in methamphetamine. In January 2017, law enforcement developed information that Fuller was distributing methamphetamine from a residence in Meriwether County.

On Wednesday, November 1, 2017, agents with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s West Metro Regional Drug Enforcement Office, Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office, Spalding County Sheriff’s Office, Upson County Narcotics Task Force, Clayton County Police Department Drug Task Force, and the Georgia State Patrol executed search warrants at 3107 Griffin Highway in Gay, Georgia (Meriwether County) and an apartment located at 4102 Meadow Circle in College Park, Georgia.

During the search, two firearms were recovered, one of which was stolen from a residential burglary in Clayton County. Additionally, prescription pills and marijuana were discovered at the residence in Clayton County. 

Fuller is being held at the Clayton County Jail on felony charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon (two counts), theft by receiving stolen property, possession of scheduled IV drugs, and misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Fuller has an additional charge of trafficking in methamphetamine in Meriwether County.

The GBI’s West Metro Regional Drug Enforcement Office is in Carrollton, Georgia and services 30 counties. The office is comprised of members from the GBI, Carrollton Police Department, Villa Rica Police Department, Bowden Police Department, Lagrange Police Department, Peachtree City Police Department, Atlanta Police Department, Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, and Heard County Sheriff’s Office.

Joe Chesnut – Special Agent in Charge | WMRDEO | 770-830-1375