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3 arrested, deputies find sawed-off shotgun

Taylor Cavel (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office) Taylor Cavel (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office)
Taylor Little (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office) Taylor Little (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office)
Kyle Starr (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office) Kyle Starr (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office)

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) -Three people were arrested in Stephens County after sheriff's deputies found a sawed-off shotgun and drugs in their car.

Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney says Taylor Cavel, Taylor Little and Kyle Starr were pulled over Sunday in the area of 16th and Cypress. Sheriff McKinney says they were missing a driver’s side mirror and did not have the required fender flares and mud flaps to cover their tires.

While searching the car, deputies found a sawed-off shotgun and methamphetamine.

"As long as these types of individuals are running our streets, other crimes such as your burglary and thefts can all be traced back to drugs," Sheriff McKinney said.

Cavel, Little and Starr are being held in the Stephens County Jail.

They're facing gun and drug charges. Starr faces an additional charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

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