Norman deputies bust man with thousands worth of drugs
NORMAN, Okla. – Deputies in Norman said they have taken $2,500 worth of marijuana off the streets.
A Cleveland County sheriff’s deputy made a traffic stop near Noble and stumbled upon five pounds of marijuana inside the car.
Police also found a large hunting knife and two collapsible police batons.
Officers eventually arrested 29-year-old Eric Scott Matthews on complaints of unlawful possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful carry of offensive weapons and no tax stamp.
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