Four arrested after deputy finds meth during routine traffic stop

Cindy Doom, Sandie Walker, Jerry Ritchie, Robert Witt – Courtesy: Oklahoma County Jail

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Four people were arrested after a deputy found 121.1 grams of meth during a routine traffic stop.

On August 2, around 5 a.m., an Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Deputy was conducting a routine traffic stop when he noticed a passenger throw a baseball sized white object out of the passenger window.

The deputy says the driver, Cindy Doom, appeared to be very nervous while he was speaking to her.

After running Doom’s information, he found she had an arrest warrant.

The deputy then searched the three passengers, Jerry Ritchie, Robert Witt, and Sandie Walker.

After searching the three passengers,  the deputy looked for the baseball size white object that was thrown from the window.

Officials say the baseball size white object was actually a bag that contained a crystal like substance, which tested positive for meth.

The driver and the three passengers all denied ownership of the bag.

All four of them were arrested for trafficking illegal drugs.

 

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