TULSA, Okla. – 12 people were arrested in connection with heroin trafficking operations in Oklahoma. Officials say the drugs were being smuggled from Mexico and sold in Oklahoma.
Several departments worked together on the investigation.
Officials served nine search warrants across Tulsa and Wagoner counties.
The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office says the subjects who were targeted are “estimated to have been supplying as much as 2/3 of the heroin in the Tulsa area.”
12 people were arrested.
4.5 pounds of heroin, $123,000 in cash and two guns were seized during the investigation.
Huge heroin ring bust across Tulsa and Wagoner Counties this morning. Thank you to all our partners who joined us in this effort. pic.twitter.com/AriESM3JuJ
— Tulsa County Sheriff (@TCSO) February 7, 2018