Dozens arrested following year-long meth trafficking investigation

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ANADARKO, Okla. – The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, along with several other agencies, have arrested more than a dozen people allegedly connected to a meth trafficking investigation.

On Thursday, several search warrants were executed for 33 people and 16 of those alleged suspects were taken into custody.

“In the fall of 2014, OBN and local authorities began investigating a meth trafficking network in Caddo County. This group of defendants would routinely bring several ounces of “Ice” from Dallas, Texas into Comanche County and Caddo County where the meth would be transported to Anadarko and sold on the streets,” said Mark Woodward, spokesman for OBN.

The 16 alleged suspects face a variety of charges, including trafficking and distribution of controlled dangerous substances.

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