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Second suspect charged in drug bust

Lawton, Okla._A second man has been charged in last month's drug bust in northwest Lawton.

According to an affidavit, 21-year-old Joshua Arthur Sabo was a passenger in the car that officers found drugs in following a traffic stop for running a red light. As officers approached the car, they saw Sabo and two other passengers moving things around. A K-9 dog alerted the officer for drugs in the car.

One of the suspects was carrying a gun. During the search, officers found 6 grams of meth, 20 grams of cocaine, 8 grams of marijuana and a bottle of prescription pills.

Sabo is facing up to 20 years in prison.

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