Pregnant Woman Forcibly Given Fentanyl and Meth by Boyfriend in Georgia; Infant in Critical Condition after Induced Labour

A pregnant woman in Georgia was forcibly given meth and fentanyl by her boyfriend. The man has been handed a 23-year prison sentence by federal authorities.

His crime is supplying methamphetamine and fentanyl to his local community, even going as far as providing drugs to a woman who had just given birth to their child.

Brian Chadwick Jeffcoat, 40, of Leesburg, received his sentence on May 23.

Based on court documents, Jeffcoat has been sentenced to 70 months in federal prison for distributing methamphetamine. He was released on November 2, 2022, to serve federal supervised release. In addition, he was on probation for a previous drug conviction.

In April 2023, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) received information indicating that Jeffcoat was still involved in drug dealing in the Leesburg area.

Authorities believed that Jeffcoat may have been providing his pregnant girlfriend with fentanyl and heroin, following a report from a concerned citizen.

On November 5, 2023, just two days after his girlfriend gave birth to their child, agents reached out to Jeffcoat at an Albany motel where they were residing.

The individual informed the authorities that there were substances in his vehicle and that he was en route to meet a client.

Authorities discovered multiple illicit substances and drug paraphernalia during a search of the suspect’s vehicle.

According to his girlfriend’s statement to the police, their baby was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and she had recently consumed heroin and fentanyl.

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