The Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office, Sallisaw Police Department and District 27 Drug Task Force teamed up Monday morning to serve a narcotics search warrant at a residence in Ramm’s trailer park in Sallisaw.
Sheriff Larry lane reported that inside the residence investigators found items and substances consistent with the distribution and use of methamphetamines.
Arrested at the residence were Christy Clark, 42, of Sallisaw, Samuel Andre English, 47, of Vian, Travis Evans, 29, of Sallisaw and Johanna Brannick, 33, of Sallisaw.
Investigators found plastic baggies containing methamphetamine, digital scales, unused baggies, pipes and syringes as well as substances that tested positive for marijuana.
Sheriff’s Investigator Dewayne Frizzell obtained this search warrant during an investigation of the distribution of meth in the Sallisaw area.
Lane said, “I have received numerous complaints from citizens living in Ramm’s trailer park, stating that there had been excessive amounts of short stay traffic at the residence, at all times of the day and night. Sallisaw police had recently arrested a person for narcotic violations who had just left this residence. Although this wasn’t a large drug seizure, we accomplished a lot by helping to shut down a nuisance to some of our residents. I’m sure the people in this neighborhood will sleep easier now.”
Clark and English were booked into Sequoyah County Detention Center on charges of possession of a controlled, dangerous substance (meth) with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia after former conviction of a felony. Evans and Brannick were booked on charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia after former conviction of a felony.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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