4 arrested in Enid drug bust | Crime
Enid police have arrested four people in connection with a drug bust that was in the making for more than a month.
On Wednesday, March 9, 2011, around 8 a.m. the police department's narcotics unit and a K-9 unit served a search warrant for a home in the 500 block of S. Pierce.
Officials say during a month long investigation, they found evidence of illegal possession and distribution of controlled dangerous substances.
With a search warrant, detectives found marijuana in bulk, scales, packaging materials, drug paraphernalia, money and drugs already packaged for resale.
The bulk of the marijuana was found in the same room as a 4-month-old infant.
Police arrested Jennifer Olivas, 19; Johnny Ross, 18, and Brandon Wright, 23.
Olivas was arrested for marijuana in the presence of a minor child, possession of a controlled dangerous substance within 2000 feet of a park, possession with intent to distribute, possession of paraphernalia and possession of drug proceeds.
Ross was arrested for possession of marijuana in the presence of a minor child, possession of a controlled dangerous substance within 2000 feet of a park, possession with intent to distribute, possession of paraphernalia and possession of drug proceeds.
Wright and a 17-year-old female were arrested for possession of marijuana in the presence of a minor child.
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