ENID, Oklahoma – A three-month long investigation into illegal drug operation has led to the arrest of three people in Enid. The Enid Police Department reported Tuesday evening.
Police say narcotics detectives had been receiving numerous complaints from citizens that narcotics were being sold and/or consumed at a house, located at 707 North 12th Street.
According to the report, at approximately 6 p.m. on September 2, the Narcotics Unit of the Enid Police Department, as well as police officers from the Patrol Division executed a search warrant at the house. Police say they could smell the strong odor of marijuana throughout the house as they arrived.
During the search, police discovered an amount of purported Crack cocaine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and cash believed to be derived from illegal drug sales.
Police arrested 19-year-old Terrence Mathis and Amber Rose, who were living in the house, and 20-year-old Joshua Taylor. Police say there was also a Juvenile female in the house. She was released to a family member.
Mathis and Rose face charges of possession of marijuana within 1000 feet of school, possession of CDS, and possession of drug proceeds. Taylor faces charges of possession of marijuana within 1000 feet of school.