OBN arrests 19 in meth warrant sweep
OKMULGEE COUNTY, Okla. – A 10-month investigation has resulted in some key arrests for drug crimes.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics along with agents and officers from other law enforcement agencies went out early Thursday morning in Okmulgee County for a warrant sweep.
Armed with 21 warrants for trafficking and distributing meth, they made 19 arrests.
OBN spokesperson Mark Woodward said the group would routinely import as much as two to five pounds of crystal meth every month.
All face drug charges including aggravated trafficking and distribution of a controlled dangerous substance.Submit Your Photo
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