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Night out partying ends in jail for one Lawton man

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Lawton,Okla_A night of partying over the weekend could send a Lawton man to prison for eleven years. According to an affidavit, a security guard at Las Margaritas on NW Cache Rd caught a man with cocaine in the men's bathroom last Saturday night. The suspect is identified as Francisco Comacho.

He told the guard he got the drugs from another man who was also there. The guard detained them both and called the police. During a search, police found about two grams of cocaine and $600 in Wilson's pockets.

They arrested him on charges of drug possession and possession of paraphernalia.

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