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Agents arrest dozens in Tulsa meth investigation

FOX23 rode along with law enforcement agents as a meth trafficking ring worth millions of dollars was dismantled on Friday morning.

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george - 4/6/2013 12:26 PM
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Shocking... But I was under the Impression that you had to be a Tulsa cop to deal drugs in this city... Case in point.. Special Investigation Division (DEA) Harold wells and Jeff Henderson..

disgusted - 4/6/2013 10:16 AM
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Yippee!!!! TPD and their comrades got to pretend to b real PO PO and play with their guns and badges. While t :) ey were busy kicking in doors and planting drugs on people and playing rambo. Who was out there manning the sexual predators who harm our children. Dont be so quick to be the judge and jury especially when your own backyard is dirty. How racist and judgmental must you be. And a reminder to Mr officer Ramsey sir remember when you look down your nose at us horrible drug dealers make sure you wipe the powder off yours. Some of the best honest hardworking loyal people are Mexicans that everyone is running in the ground. Shame on you tulsa. Just cause you have a family that are close and full of love and genuinely care about ea other then we must label it organized crime ring and call it the cartel. Again shame on you tulsa im embarrassed to say the least. God bless all the scared and broken families this has affected .

soonert - 4/6/2013 8:13 AM
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? Why would they go all the way to Mexico to get meth when Oklahoma makes it like it was tea! Folks, Randy (hate Mexicans) Terrill was proven to be a big lie. They run him out of the state house. Give it up you real embarrassing yourselves .

soonert - 4/6/2013 8:06 AM
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@howIseeit, Did you see a Mexican get arrested.LMAO....Change you name to ThatsHowIdidn'tSeeIT! Raciest?

howIseeit - 4/5/2013 11:58 PM
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@bigMo can you NOT READ? The OBN case agent said and I quote.."This is organized crime that we believe has ties to Mexican cartel." So YOU REALLY THINK THEY WERE WHITE.....and remember this was in EAST TULSA (little Mexico where it is KNOWN 70% of Tulsa's Mexican population reside YOU IDIOT!

Unwashed Mass - 4/5/2013 11:09 PM
1 Vote
Let see, an agency notorious for planting evidence, working with others who are facing budget cutbacks and consolidation. Makes me feel better already.

watergirl - 4/5/2013 2:12 PM
1 Vote
There was some meth people living next to me a couple years ago. We reported the strange activity and strange people at all hours of the night and all the fighting and yelling all the time. But they moved before they could get busted. This was what made me go get renters insurance. I was afraid to be near them, they're weird.

bigM0 - 4/5/2013 1:53 PM
3 Votes
Good job DEA!!!Tulsa and surrounding areas is over run with meth. I live in Broken Arrow and have people next door to my house that use meth! I see strange people in different vehicles coming and going day and night just like the Police tell you to look for,but the Police can't be everywhere and see what is going on. It's up to the public to report this kind of behavior to the Police.

bigM0 - 4/5/2013 1:39 PM
2 Votes
Nobody said these dealers were "Mexican". Probably mostly whites.

george - 4/5/2013 12:26 PM
3 Votes
Hat's off to Police and Feds, Good Job getting these criminals off the streets, children get hurt due to people that distribute this poison. But, Contrary to Popular Believe, Not all Mexicans are Cartel or Drug Dealers. And not all Mexicans are Illegal..
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