30 in custody after major Enid drug trafficking ring busted with pounds of meth, heroin

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ENID, Okla. – At least 30 suspects are in custody after a drug raid in Enid Thursday.

Officials said the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Enid Police dismantled a drug trafficking ring responsible for putting as much as two pounds of meth and ounces of heroin on the streets each week.

OBN spokesman Mark Woodward said they started investigating the large drug trafficking ring in Enid in August 2013.

“This group of defendants would import significant quantities of crystal methamphetamine or ‘ICE,’ heroin, marijuana and prescription drugs into the Enid area to supply local dealers and users,” he said.

The suspects are in the Garfield County Jail facing numerous charges including conspiracy to traffic controlled substances.

Agents said more arrests are possible as the investigation continues.

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