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U.S. v. Evans Concrete, LLC, et al.


One company and four individuals, Evans Concrete LLC, James Clayton Pedrick, Gregory Hall Melton, John “David” Melton, and Timothy “Bo” Strickland, were charged with participating in a conspiracy to fix prices, rig bids, and allocate markets. The conduct applied to the sale of ready-mix concrete used in residential, commercial and public projects in the greater Savannah, Georgia area. The conduct began at least as early as 2010 and continued until in or about July 2016. James Clayton Pedrick is also charged with making false statements and Timothy “Bo” Strickland is charged with making false statements and perjury.

For further information:

For questions about upcoming public hearings or victims’ rights, contact the Victim Hearing Coordinator in the Washington Criminal II Section.

Case Documents:

United States' Reply to Melton's Response to the Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction (September 5, 2023)

United States' Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction (August 18, 2023)

Indictment (September 2, 2020)

Case Open Date
Case Name
U.S. v. Evans Concrete, LLC; James Clayton Pedrick; Gregory Hall Melton; John David Melton, a.k.a. David Melton; and Timothy Tommy Strickland, a.k.a. Bo Strickland
Case Type
Case Violation(s)
  • False Statements
  • Other Offenses: Perjury
  • Bid Rigging
  • Customer, Territorial or Market Allocation - Horizontal
  • Price Fixing - Horizontal
  • Concrete
  • Evans Concrete
Industry Code(s)
  • Ready-Mixed Concrete
Updated February 29, 2024