Joint Drug Trafficking Investigation Nabs Several Suspects In Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police and the FBI have announced the arrests of nine people on charges that include drug trafficking and money laundering.
The arrests were made Friday and included residents of Oklahoma City, Moore and Altus. The arrests were made public on Monday after the unsealing of a federal indictment charging the nine and several others with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine and marijuana and money laundering.
Those arrested on Friday were Bryan J. Alcorta, aka Vicious, age 25 of Altus, Oklahoma; Robert Ray Sanchez, age 25 of Altus, Oklahoma; Jason Lee Herrera, age 25 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Robbin Lopez, age 50 of Moore, Oklahoma; Erlinda Ramirez, aka Gina, aka Erlinda Castro, age 43 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Lyndie Prentice, aka Maria Pena, age 34 of Moore, Oklahoma; Alaciano Ramirez, aka Lil Capone, age 20 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Tabitha Frair, age 28 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Isabel Marie Favela, aka Big Mona, age 32 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
At least four of the others charged were already in custody on other charges. They are Courtney Watts, age 29, Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Marsial Garcia, aka Oso, age 31, Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Floyd Patterson, age 30, Oklahoma Department of Corrections and Baldomero Reyes, Jr., age 37, Creek County Jail.
The authorities say the drugs were distributed across Oklahoma from November 2011 through May 2013.