Graffiti arrest in OKC leads to large drug bust

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A graffiti arrest in Oklahoma City leads to felony drug charges.

Last year police arrested three people for allegedly spray painting a business near 36th and N Sante Fe.

An investigation led police to a larger drug trafficking operation.

Officers say they found 36 pounds of marijuana and more than 15 thousand dollars in drug money.

Two suspects have now been accused of those drug charges.

In addition, police say the trio of graffiti artists are suspected of illegal tagging activity in numerous city’s around the country.

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