OBN drug bust nets 4 pounds of meth, 3 arrests

The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics said a drug bust that led to four pounds of meth and three arrests was part of a several months long operation.

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Unwashed Mass - 7/12/2013 2:49 PM
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"the suspects are on the daily blotter." This is why real reporting involves footwork, and not just letting some Public Information Officer write your stories for you.

Mayor Maynot - 7/12/2013 2:26 PM
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They say that in the news but the suspects are on the daily blotter.

watergirl - 7/12/2013 11:45 AM
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I think its well worth the wait so they can know more about where (and how much) it’s coming from, and who all is getting it after it gets here. I am sure they know more than they are telling here....and that’s ok with me. It is amazing how these guys can “pull rabbits out of a hat” when they finally get enough information to make a move (or sting). Go Law Dawgs!

Unwashed Mass - 7/12/2013 11:17 AM
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If it takes months just to get a quantity this small, our tax dollars are being wasted on this bureaucracy. The funding wasted on OBNDD could be better spent by real police agencies.
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