Canadian County investigators are looking into a Mustang High School English teacher and her roommate in connection with drug complaints.
Tuesday afternoon, the district suspended Kimberly Struble, the Mustang High teacher, pending its own investigation. Law enforcement officers said she could be looking at more severe charges.
The undercover drug investigation began at the end of August, yet the final arrest in the case on Monday caught neighbors off guard.
“We had no idea that it was you know Breaking Bad 2.0 next door,” neighbor Ryan Bloom said.
Living next door to Ryan Bloom and his young family are 30 year-old Adam Aragon and 42-year-old Kimberly Struble. From the outward appearance of their home and well-manicured lawn, Bloom said the two came off as friendly, typical neighbors.
But it's what investigators found inside that paints a different picture.
“During the search of the residence, we found enough evidence to indicate that they were dealing drugs out of that house,” Canadian County Undersheriff Chris West said.
Investigators say they found scales, plastic bags, weed, meth, Adderall, hashish and $1,700 in cash.
Aragon was arrested first in late September for possession and distribution of drugs.
“He volunteered it up that he was a meth addict and he basically sold drugs to support his own habit,” West said.
During the search of the Yukon home, investigators say they found marijuana in Struble's dresser leading to her possession arrest.
“We find it hard to believe that you live with somebody, you actually moved with him here from California, and you don't have knowledge that they are selling drugs out of your house,” West said.
A spokesperson from Mustang Public Schools gave News 9 a statement saying in part, "Around 1 p.m. today we were made aware of allegations against one of our employees. … The individual has been suspended pending our investigation."
At this time, investigators don't believe any Mustang students were ever sold drugs.
Both Struble and Aragon are now out of jail on bond.