Two arrested for trafficking meth
CHICKASHA, Okla.– Two men were taken into custody after an informant told police about a drug operation in Grady County.
Police arrested Odell Fish and Craig Williamson after an investigation by the district attorney’s Drug and Violent Crime Task Force.
When authorities arrested the pair, they found more than a pound of meth, two loaded shotguns and about $10,000 in cash.
Fish and Williamson are facing multiple charges, including aggravated trafficking of methamphetamine.
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