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Improper parking leads to meth arrest

Brandon Pierce (Source Lawton Police Department) Brandon Pierce (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –An improper parking job led to a man’s arrested for meth trafficking.

Detectives with Lawton Police Department’s Special Operations Unit noticed a truck parked facing eastbound on the north side of Northwest Dearborn Avenue Tuesday afternoon. When the driver left, the detectives pulled him over at Northwest 9th Street and Dearborn Avenue.

The driver, Brandon Pierce, told them his license was suspended and he was arrested.

During a search of his truck, officers found a pack of rolling papers and two bags of meth with a combined weight of just shy of 30 grams.

In all, Pierce was booked into the Lawton City Jail for driving with a suspended license, improper distance from the curb, possession of drug paraphernalia and trafficking in methamphetamine.

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