After a five-month investigation, law enforcement officers on the local, state and federal level were able to dismantle a multi-million drug trafficking operation.

On Friday, the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office said they were in the process of serving 10 search warrants and 14 arrest warrants for member and suppliers of Larry 'Lil Man' Fricks' alleged drug organization

They allege Fricks' operation is responsible for distributing more than 100 kilograms of meth within five short months. The drugs are street-valued at $3.5 million.

"Operation Tighten Up" was a collaboration between several agencies.

The Banks and Jackson County sheriff's offices worked with ARDEO, the Piedmont Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s office, and a federal task force.

ARDEO said investigators were able to share information with the different agencies to help dismantle the drug operation. A few other local police and sheriff's offices helped with the investigation.

Multiple charges have been brought against these persons under the Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organization statue.

Law enforcement seized about nine pounds of crystal methamphetamine, one ounce of marijuana, $13,000 in cash, firearms and numerous vehicle. The street value of the seized narcotics was $155,000.

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