OBN arrest 20 people tied to meth distribution ring


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Updated: 2/15 7:52 pm Published: 2/15 10:38 am


SEMINOLE COUNTY, Okla. - The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics arrested 20 people tied to a meth distribution ring Friday afternoon.

Agents say the group was working to bring meth from Mexico to Seminole County.

OBN says they began investigating in 2011.

They say the group was bringing several pounds of meth into Oklahoma every month.

On Friday morning, OBN set out with 23 arrest warrants and by noon had made 20 arrests.

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Unwashed Mass - 2/15/2014 2:35 PM
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...and by Saturday afternoon, 20 other people took their place. How many times can you do the same thing over and over and expect different results? Answer: As much as it takes to keep their phony-baloney jobs.
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