Alfredo Pineda, 26, and Amador Pineda, 26, both of 223 Elizabeth St., Cedartown, appeared before Superior Court Michael Murphy to enter their pleas.
Police said the January raids involving the Pinedas took down a major methamphetamine ring with more than $20,000 in the drug seized along with “a large quantity” of currency.
The two men stood with their attorney and translator. They told the court through the translator they knew no English and were not United States citizens.
Murphy reminded them that guilty pleas would end their stay in this country.
“In all likelihood, you will be deported,” he said.
Both were sentenced to five years probation. Murphy said he was sentencing them to probation with the understanding that immigration officials would pick them up upon their release from the Polk County Jail.
The two were arrested after combined law enforcement forces raided their residence. A third man, Gabriel Molina, 36, of 614 College Drive, was arrested in a prior raid at his home.
Evidence obtained in the College Drive raid led investigators to the Elizabeth Street home, according to police.