Meth found hidden beneath Easter baskets during traffic stop in Oklahoma County, according to sheriff

OKLAHOMA COUNTY (KFOR) – Easter baskets are likely to have every kind of fascinating issues – chocolate bunnies, colourful eggs and typically prize eggs with a couple of {dollars} inside. However an Oklahoma County deputy discovered one thing particularly fascinating allegedly hidden beneath some Easter baskets – meth.

Sure, you learn that appropriately. Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Workplace deputies say methamphetamine was found beneath Easter baskets throughout a site visitors cease on Easter Sunday.

A deputy pulled over a rented Chrysler Voyager for alleged site visitors violations. A pair and their six kids have been inside.

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The trunk space of the Chrysler Voyager the place methamphetamine was allegedly found beneath Easter baskets.

The deputy spoke with the couple – a male driver and feminine passenger – however grew to become suspicious of their journey plans when their tales didn’t align, Sheriff Tommie Johnson III stated in a video posted to the Sheriff’s Workplace’s official Fb web page.

The couple gave the deputy consent to look the automobile. He discovered three kilos of methamphetamine beneath the youngsters’s Easter baskets. He additionally discovered small quantities of marijuana and ecstasy, in keeping with Johnson.

“The motive force admitted he was paid $1,500 to move the medicine. The feminine passenger was visibly distraught and didn’t seem to know concerning the medicine,” Johnson stated.

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Methamphetamine allegedly discovered beneath Easter baskets contained in the automobile.

The girl was launched together with the youngsters, pending additional investigation, in keeping with Johnson.

Johnson praised the deputy who made the site visitors cease and found the narcotics.

“Due to his coaching and expertise, three kilos of harmful methamphetamine is off the streets,” Johnson stated.

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