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Wagoner Co. Deputies Arrest 6 after Meth, Surveillance Cameras Found

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William Kilgore William Kilgore
Bennie Jackson Bennie Jackson
Carl Wright Carl Wright
Sky Wright Sky Wright
Hollie Parsons Hollie Parsons

Wagoner County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested six individuals after conducting two search warrants in the Coweta and Broken Arrow area on Wednesday.

The first search warrant was executed in the area of 20200 E. 171st Street South in Broken Arrow. There, deputies reportedly found methamphetamine drug paraphernalia, weapons and surveillance cameras. Three suspects were arrested and two children (5 and 7) were found in the home. The children are now in DHS custody.

The first arrested suspect was Carl Wright Sr., 66. He was booked for the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, use of surveillance equipment during the commission of felony, possession of a controlled drug substance in the presence of a minor, among other complaints. William Kilgore, 36, and Sky Wright, 19, were booked on similar complaints.

Three more individuals were arrested regarding the second search warrant in the area of East 171st Street South and Highway 51B south of Coweta.

Once again, surveillance cameras, methamphetamine and firearms were reportedly found at the residence. Bennie Jackson, 27, Hollie Parsons, 32 and Brandon Dean were arrested. Jackson and Parsons were arrested on drug and firearm complaints while Dean was arrested for the possession of a weapon and second-degree burglary.

Parsons two children were taken into DHS custody.

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