Two Arrested For Drugs, Counterfeit Money In S. OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY - An alert security guard is being credited with the arrests of two alleged drug offenders in a South Oklahoma City apartment complex parking lot.
The bust happened Tuesday, November 7, just after 4 a.m. in the parking lot of Brookwood Village Apartments.
The security guard, who works for Signal 88 Security, called police because two people were asleep in a car.
When officers arrived, they found baggies with heroin residue, a drug scale, five cell phones, and counterfeit money.
Tessia Stubbs and Aaron Mcfardland were each charged with four criminal offenses.
Signal 88 General Manager Michael McDonald said their guards pride themselves on being proactive, yet were surprised at everything police found.
“Yeah, we were floored, yeah, but it was good to get them out of there, oh yes sir. We make sure the community is safe,” he said.