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GULFPORT — An associate of the Black Gangsta Disciples street gang is facing up to 5 years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute meth in George County.

Jamalia Nix, 34, of Mobile, pleaded guilty last week to a charge of interstate travel in aid of racketeering. In exchange for his plea, the government dismissed a conspiracy charge.

Nix is among nine people indicted in the case on charge of conspiracy to distribute meth from January 2013 and Nov. 5. in George County and across South Mississippi.

Nix, records show, drove from Texas to George County with meth.

The others indicted in the case are Larry Darnell “L.D.” Anderson, 33, of Lucedale; Samuel “Sambo” McDaniel Jr., 32, of Lucedale; Calvin “D” Allen Sr., 43, of Pascagoula; Christine Denise Miller, 29, of George County; Phillip “Ponty” Spivery, 51, of Lucedale; and Kermit “Olin” Blackston, 41, of Lucedale; Hosea E. “Bulldog” Blackston, 42, of Mobile; and Senon Guzman, 31, of Pasadena, Texas.

A warrant has been issued for Guzman’s arrest after he failed to show for sentencing earlier this month on a charge of conspiracy to distribute meth. He is out of jail on a $75,000 bond.

Allen was fined $5,000 and sentenced to 188 months in prison. Anderson was fined $7,500 and sentenced to 20 years.

McDaniel was fined $7,500 and sentenced to 160 months in prison. Miller was fined $9,000 and sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Spivery was sentenced to 46-months in prison.

Kermit Blackston is facing a 20-year prison term at his Sept. 29 sentencing. Hosea Blackston was fined $10,000 and sentenced to 480 months in prison.

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