Oklahoma K9 sniffs out $10,000 worth of meth

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Timothy Boxford and Cynthia Jones, Courtesy: Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma County K9 sniffed out $10,000 worth of meth.

Authorities say they pulled over a vehicle near northwest 16th and Portland on Tuesday.

The deputy called for K9 assistance and K9 Cairo alerted officials to the presence of drugs inside the car.

According to the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, officials found 106 grams of meth inside of the car.

Authorities arrested Timothy Boxford for trafficking illegal drugs and possession of drug proceeds.

Cynthia Jones was also arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Jasper County, Missouri.

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