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Routine traffic stop ends with a drug bust

Lawton, Okla._A routine traffic stop for running a red light ends with a drug bust and the arrest of two men. The suspects are facing up to ten years in prison on several charges.

According to an affidavit, officers stopped 21-year-old Archie Hall and 19-year-old Cameron Tracy at the EZ-Go near Northwest 52nd and Rogers Lane. As officers approached the car, they saw Hall, Tracy and another passenger moving things in the car.

A K-9 unit alerted the officer that drugs were in the car. During the search, officers found 6 grams of meth, 20 grams of cocaine, 8 grams of marijuana and a bottle of prescription pills.

Hall also had a gun in his pocket. All three had outstanding warrants and were arrested.

Hall and Tracy are facing drug and gun possession charges.

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