FBI seeks man wanted on federal drug trafficking charges

Ronald Antonio 'Pooh' Johnson (Photo: FBI)

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The FBI is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a man wanted on federal drug trafficking charges.

A warrant for Ronald Antonio Johnson, also known as ‘Pooh,’ was issued on Wednesday, June 8. He has not been arrested.

Johnson’s charges stem from his involvement in an alleged conspiracy among members of a neighborhood streets gang known as “Cheesetown Money Gettas,” or “CMG,” to distribute cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin in Chesapeake, Norfolk and Virginia Beach.

Since 2009, federal prosecutors say six members of the gang dealt or stored drugs at homes and businesses throughout Hampton Roads.

Court documents show CMG members with nicknames like “Bae Dollas,” “Jug” and “Safety” now face a lengthy list of charges.

The FBI Tidewater Violent Crimes Task Force and the Chesapeake, Norfolk and Virginia Beach police departments are investigating the case.

Anyone with information about Johnson is asking to contact the Norfolk FBI office at 757-455-0100. A reward of up to $2,500 is being offered for information leading to Johnson’s arrest.

Comments are closed.