WAGONER COUNTY, Okla. – The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office arrested two people with over 50 grams of heroin and three loaded guns.
On November 23, 2020, MPs were asked to assist the Department of Human Services with a welfare check for a child.
MPs received reports that parents used narcotics and had multiple weapons around the child.
Both the DHS and the MPs called the parents to a certain area and waited for their arrival.
When they arrived, the parents saw the MPs and tried to get out of sight. MPs said it appeared the parents would “make future movements in the vehicle to hide narcotics or firearms”.
When MPs contacted the parents, MPs said they could smell marijuana and saw a metal spoon with a brown tar-like substance on the back seat.
All people in the vehicle were arrested, MPs said. Parents, Caitlyn Cutbirth and Sammy Allen of Tahlequah, and another man, Keenan Patterson, were the suspects in the vehicle.
MPs searched the vehicle and found three loaded guns, 53.33 grams of heroin, a syringe of 10 milliliters of heroin, clear bags, two scales, marijuana, ammunition and other drug paraphernalia.
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Cutbirth, Allen and Patterson were taken into custody on an arrest warrant against Roger County. MPs said they also searched Allen and found more narcotics upon entering the prison.
MPs said Cutbirth was charged with trafficking heroin 28 grams or more, using firearms or other assault weapons while committing a crime, or attempting to commit a crime, a second crime, and a consequential injury. propagate, cultivate, grow, etc. to introduce a controlled dangerous substance into the human body other than the licensed person in podiatry, dentistry, medical, etc. professions, and carry a loaded firearm.
MPs said Allen was charged with trafficking 28 grams or more of heroin and bringing guns, explosives, drugs, alcohol, or money or financial documents to a prison or detention center for anyone other than an inmate while attempting a crime To commit a second and subsequent offense, every convicted criminal carries or possesses a firearm, uses or possesses drug paraphernalia to plant, reproduce, cultivate, breed, etc. in the human body a controlled dangerous substance other than the authorized person the professions podiatry, dentistry, medicine etc. and transports a loaded firearm.
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