Oklahoma law enforcement brace for increase in marijuana in the state
OKLAHOMA – Oklahoma law enforcement is bracing for an increase in marijuana after recreational pot use became legal in Colorado yesterday.
Cimarron County shares a border with Colorado.
According to the sheriff’s department there, the county has seen a steady flow of marijuana coming in from Colorado for several years.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Saus Oklahoma saw a boost in marijuana activity in 2010, that’s when Colorado legalized medical marijuana.
Now authorities say they’re concerned the problem is only going to get worse.
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