46-year-old Georgia man accused of trafficking meth

PITTS — On Friday, June 17, 2022, the GBI Southwestern Regional Drug Enforcement Office and Wilcox County Sheriff’s Office arrested 46-year-old Jimmy Lee Clack Jr. on accusations of trafficking methamphetamine and possession of heroin.

The GBI, Wilcox County Sheriff’s Office, Ben Hill County Sheriff’s Office and Crisp County Sheriff’s Office received information that Clack was distributing methamphetamine from his home in Pitts. During a two-month investigation, information was developed to obtain a search warrant.

According to the GBI, a search of Clack’s home resulted in the recovery of about 23 ounces of methamphetamine, two grams of heroin, and two firearms.

Clack was booked into the Wilcox County Jail. 

The GBI Southwestern Regional Drug Enforcement Office is in Albany, Georgia and services 42 counties in Southwest Georgia. The office is a collaborative effort between the GBI, the Albany Police Department, the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office, the Dougherty County Police Department, the Dougherty County District Attorney’s Office, the Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office, and the Americus Police Department and is partially funded with Byrne/JAG grant funds.

Booking photo can be obtained from the Wilcox County Jail.

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