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Cotton County Sheriff's Department makes drug bust

Eric Burton (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department) Eric Burton (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department)
Todd Baker (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department) Todd Baker (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department)
Trenton Swanson  (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department) Trenton Swanson (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department)
Rachel Harris (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department) Rachel Harris (Source Cotton County Sheriff's Department)

COTTON COUNTY, OK (KSWO) -Four people have been arrested on suspicion of making meth in Cotton County.

The Cotton County Sheriff's Office initially received tips several weeks ago that a group of people in a a red car were traveling from Lawton to Temple, Oklahoma where they were stealing anhydrous ammonia, and making meth in that area. 

Monday morning, investigators spotted the car, and arrested four people inside after finding drug paraphernalia on them. The investigators said the suspects then confessed to making meth, and led them to two fields west of Temple, where the meth labs were located.

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