• 44 pounds of meth found during failure to signal stop

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    Police pulled over 58-year-old Kevin Jameson on Sunday 

    They claim he did not signal before turning on to Highway 169

    A vehicle search allegedly turned up 44 pounds of meth

    A Tulsa man who allegedly didn't use his blinker went to jail on meth trafficking charges. 

    Officers say Kevin Jameson, 58, turned left on to Highway 169 without signaling Sunday around 1:30 p.m. 

    As officers conducted the traffic stop, they said a certified drug K9 officer alerted them to odors of a controlled substance. 

    Police say they found about 44 pounds of methamphetamine inside the car. 

    Jamesen went to jail on complaints of aggravated trafficking of meth and failure to signal. 

    He remains in the Tulsa County Jail on more than $25,000 bond. 


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