Friday, August 1, 2014

Pair Accused of Drug Trafficking


A man and woman from Oklahoma City were charged last week in Sequoyah County District Court in Sallisaw with trafficking in illegal drugs, after an Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper found 333 pounds of packaged green leafy substance, proven later to be marijuana, in their vehicle. Luadia Williams, 58, and Landon Lamar Cummings, 34, both of Oklahoma City were charged with trafficking in illegal drugs. Cummings entered a not guilty plea on July 23. Both were being held on $25,000 bonds each. According to the patrolman's report filed with the charges, he stopped the vehicle the suspects were driving after Williams, the driver, failed to signal lane changes. Williams told the trooper that Cummings was her nephew. After noticing the pair were nervous, the trooper asked to search the vehicle, but Williams refused. A drug detection dog was brought in and alerted on the vehicle. A search uncovered a black duffel bag in the trunk containing 27 taped brick bundles and one vacuum-sealed plastic bundle of green leafy substance. The confiscated bundles weighed in at 33 pounds. The case is on Judge Lawrence Langley's disposition docket on Aug. 20. By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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