State agents and Enid police break-up a large drug trafficking ring. 30 people are arrested after early morning raids in Enid and Oklahoma City. Mark Woodward with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics says the busts are a result of an eight month long investigation. He says the organization was bringing in as much as two pounds of crystal meth and several ounces on heroin into Enid weekly.
Woodward says the arrests won’t end drug trafficking in Garfield County, but he believes they will put a significant dent in the drug trade there. More suspects are being sought.