CREEK COUNTY, Okla. - Creek County deputies arrested two people accused of trading guns for meth.
Officials said that Terry Berryhill told deputies that he and Candise Plum went to a home south of Bristow and broke in through the window.
Berryhill said he followed Plum inside and helped her carry out multiple things including firearms, medication, jewelry and an Xbox.
After the burglary, the duo went to another house and traded some of the stolen guns for meth, according to the arrest report.
Law enforcement officials set up a drug buy to try to catch them, but Berryhill noticed deputies and left. The two were later caught in some nearby woods.
Deputies found drugs and drug paraphernalia in the pair's vehicle.
Berryhill and Plum were booked into the Creek County Jail on accusations of burglary, possession of stolen property and possession of a firearm after a felony.
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