Okmulgee County deputies have made three arrests after two separate traffic stops which both led to investigations regarding the manufacture of methamphetamine.
The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office reports that on Sunday around midnight, Okmulgee County deputies witnessed a traffic infraction that led to a traffic stop near Highway 75 and Gun Club Road.
Deputies made contact with Vincent Johnson, who was later arrested on narcotics related complaints after evidence of the manufacture of methamphetamine was discovered on scene by investigators.
The same deputies were patrolling near midnight on Gun Club Road and Alt. 75 on Monday near midnight when they stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction and made two more narcotics related arrests for Joshua Henderson and Teresa Lovin.
Items on scene were processed for further evidence in the case.
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