Agents Nab Suspects, Cash, Meth In Major Drug Sweep In OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY - A combination of federal and state drug agents raided houses and a convenience store in Oklahoma City, netting 10 suspects and more than $100,000 in cash.
According to court documents, there were three separate busts. In the first, agents raided a house in the 2500 block of N.W. 41st Street. That's where they found four suspects and $100,000 in cash.
Drug agents arrested two more suspects when they raided the Winslow Glen Apartment on N.W. 23rd Street near N. Ann Arbor Avenue. During a search they found more than a pound of methamphetamines, cash and a gun.
An undercover agent helped flush out the illegal activity at a convenience store on N.W. 39th Street. Agents found more than $22,000 worth of meth, and discovered cash in one of the cars the suspects were driving. They also arrested four more suspects.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics is still investigating to determine if the suspects may be part of a larger drug ring.