Drugs, electronics, counterfeit money, stolen mail found in car of sleeping couple

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Police said drugs and a large number of drug-related items as well as stolen property were found in the car of a sleeping couple. Allegedly, apartment security discovered the scene.

“They called and said they found two individuals sleeping in a car and they observed what they believed was drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle," said Sgt. Megan Morgan with the Oklahoma City police.

It happened at the Brookwood Village Apartments near S.W. 89th and Shartel.

Police said a security company found the couple sleeping in the car and detained them before police arrived. They said the couple didn't live at the complex.

Upon searching the vehicle, numerous syringes - both used and unused - were found as well as a scale.

"I think like, dang, that’s crazy. That’s a lot of stuff," said resident Andre LLoyd.

Police also discovered counterfeit money in the car and mail that didn’t belong to the suspects.

Cellphones and a tablet were also found.

Police said Tessia Stubbs and Jonathan McFarland were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.

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