Two arrested after deputy notices suspicious activity

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Two people were arrested after a deputy noticed suspicious activity in southwest Oklahoma City.

According to the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy was patrolling Stockyards City when he noticed suspicious activity in the parking lot of the Post Office near SW 9th and S. Agnew.

When the deputy approached the vehicle, he says he smelled a strong odor of marijuana.

34-year-old Amanda Jones and 39-year-old Christopher Brumfield were arrested on multiple drug charges.

The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office says the deputy found marijuana, methamphetamine, digital scales, a pistol, $637, a stolen drivers license and social security card inside of the vehicle.

Jones and Brumfield were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.


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