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Oklahoma narcotics supervisor sentenced for stealing drugs

A 48-year-old Oklahoma man has been sentenced to six months of imprisonment to be followed by six months of home detention for acquiring illegal narcotics through deception and tampering/destroying evidence. The man will be placed on supervised release for two years after he is released from federal custody and completes his home detention. Prosecutors say that the man took advantage of his position as a Mayes County Sheriff's Office narcotics supervisor to obtain methamphetamine to support his drug habit. Reports of the sentence were published on August 3.

Drug investigation leads to 21 arrests

The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics has reported that 21 individuals have been taken into custody following a multi-agency narcotics investigation. During the investigation, which began in November 2018, the bureau worked with the U.S. Marshals Service, the Lawton Police Department and the District Attorneys Council District III and District IV task forces. The investigation was launched after authorities received information about a methamphetamine distribution organization operating in Lawton, Oklahoma, and Wichita Falls, Texas.

Man pleads guilty to federal drug and gun charges

Federal prosecutors in Oklahoma have reported that a 29-year-old man has admitted to transporting significant quantities of methamphetamine and heroin across the U.S.-Mexico border. The Mexican national entered guilty pleas to narcotics and weapons charges in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma on July 1.

Man accepts plea deal in Oklahoma marijuana distribution case

One of the couriers for a Tulsa man convicted of running an interstate marijuana distribution operation has accepted a plea deal. A news release from the region's U.S. attorney's office announced that the 54-year-old man entered a guilty plea for aiding a racketeering enterprise through interstate travel. He will be sentenced at his next court appearance. A judge could impose a fine as high as $250,000 and require up to five years behind bars.

You Are Not El Chapo

The trial of alleged drug kingpin Joaquin Guzman, more commonly known as El Chapo, continues to make news this week as the jury deliberates his fate. One thing remains clear: he is a unique defendant. 

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