Crime Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics: Nearly 180 kilos of methamphetamine seized
Oklahoma pot farm illegally obtained permit before 4 slain
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma marijuana farm where four people were killed and one was wounded was operating under an illegally obtained license to grow marijuana for medical purposes, an Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics spokesman said Friday. The application for the license by Kevin Pham fraudulently stated that the operation was 75% owned by an Oklahoma resident, as required by state law, said bureau spokesperson Mark Woodward. The pot farm on a 10-acre (4-hectare) property west of Hennessey, a town about 55 miles (90 kilometers) northwest of Oklahoma City, was the site of four execution-style killings in November that targeted three men and one woman, all Chin
TULSA COUNTY, Okla. () – The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) says nearly 180 kilos of meth was recently seized in a Tulsa County bust.
OBN officials say nearly 180 kilos of methamphetamine is now off the streets after being seized recently as part of an on-going investigation by OBN, Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and Homeland Security.
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Interim CEO named to head troubled Oklahoma County jail .
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The trust that oversees the Oklahoma County jail on Friday named an interim chief executive officer as administrator of the troubled facility. Maj. Brandi Garner will replace Greg Williams, who announced his resignation as CEO of the jail earlier this month, according to a statement from the Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority. Garner has worked as director of security at the jail since January, according to trust chair Jim Couch. “I expect she will bring new ideas and new energy to the organization,” Couch said. Garner said she looks forward to leading lead the jail's operations.