Forsyth man gets 13 years in crack cocaine case

Staff reportMay 12, 2014 

A Forsyth man has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for a crack cocaine offense.

Javaris Bloodser, 33, previously pleaded guilty to possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney’s office in Macon.

His plea agreement outlined what happened in the case:

On June 5, 2013, Bloodser was a passenger in a car that was stopped for a traffic violation in Forsyth. When Bloodser got out of the car, officers found a small amount of marijuana in his pocket.

Bloodser was detained and put in the back of a patrol vehicle. Moments later, officers noticed that Bloodser was making suspicious movements inside the car. One of the officers approached Bloodser and found him trying to hide 29 grams of crack cocaine between the seats.

Bloodser was sentenced May 8.

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