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7 arrested in raid, 12 still wanted

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ALTUS, OK (KSWO) -Seven people suspected of various drug-related crimes were arrested following a raid in Jackson County.

The round-up involved officers from several local agencies including the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, Altus Police Department and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Warrants were issued for 19 people accused of drug offenses involving meth, cocaine, heroin and oxycodone.

“These charges and the resulting arrests are a continuation of my commitment to hit drug dealers hard and bring them to justice.  I appreciate the cooperation and combined effort by all the law enforcement agencies involved in this operation. Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day to protect you and I and they do not get nearly the credit and praise that they deserve,” Wampler said.

District Attorney John Wampler says officers are still searching for 12 individuals.

Arrested:

Tyson R. Davis: Distribution of CDS
Jamario Deshawn Williams: Distribution of CDS
Heather Patton: Distribution of CDS within 2,000 feet of a school
Melinda Brown: Possession of CDS
Demontrae Curtis: Possession of drug paraphernalia
Francisca Villa: Drug trafficking and bringing contraband into a penal institution
Raymundo Solis: Possession of CDS.

Still looking for:

Jauston Maurice Sanders: Distribution of CDS within 2,000 feet of a school
Ashley Jordan McKenzie: Possession of CDS
Jonathan Edward Sims: Distribution of CDS
Kaylor Harrison McIntyre: Distribution of CDS within 2,000 feet of a school
Melisha Ann Torres: Distribution of CDS
Nichola Pantoja: Distribution of CDS
Joann Luna: Possession of CDA with intent to distribute
Stacy Illene O’Steen: Distribution of CDS and maintaining a place to keep/sell CDS
Carlos E. Jaime Jr.: Distribution of CDS
Jesus Calvillo: Drug trafficking and possession of a contraband by an inmate
Amador Mario Pena: Possession of CDS
Amanda Mable Babers: Distribution of CDS

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