A Muldrow woman was charged July 8 with a pair of felony drug counts, an arrest report reveals.
Amy Littledeer, 34, is facing a drug trafficking charge and a charge of child endangerment by permitting a child’s presence during the manufacture of a controlled dangerous substance. She was also charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. Her bond was set at $36,000.
On July 7, a Sequoyah County Sheriff’s investigator was contacted by a deputy about a Department of Human Services home visit in which methamphetamine belonging to Littledeer and Anthony Riddle was found.
Upon arrival at the home, the officers learned there were three juveniles living there. The investigator met with Littledeer and provided her with a copy of the state search warrant for her residence.
During the search of the property, which included a look inside a white, four-door Hyundai belonging to Keith Duncan that was parked in the driveway. Inside the car, officers discovered a glass smoking device with a burned residue inside the fuse compartment on the driver-side of the dash. The glove box contained $400 in cash, and a floral purse found in the floorboard held $4,215 in cash.
Duncan was advised of his rights and he agreed to speak with officers. He said Littledeer had called him earlier in the day and told him she needed a ride to the Sheriff’s Office in Sallisaw because her boyfriend, Riddle, had been arrested for drug trafficking with Littledeer’s children inside his vehicle.
Duncan said he has been buying meth from Littledeer for about two months and that he uses meth socially. Duncan said that when he and Littledeer returned from Sallisaw, they were followed by sheriff’s deputies and DHS to the residence.
Duncan said Littledeer put money in the glove box and left her purse in the vehicle, telling Duncan, “If I go to jail make sure my mother gets this money and bonds me out.” Duncan also stated that Littledeer travels weekly to purchase meth and that Riddle usually goes with her.
The search of the home also revealed a plastic baggie containing 27.8 grams of a white substance that field-tested positive for meth. The handle of a vacuum cleaner held two plastic baggies containing a similar substance. The bags weighed 30 grams and 29.9 grams, respectively.
The home’s master bedroom held two firearms, as well as a bank statement in Littledeer’s name and a bail bonds receipt in Riddle’s name. Deputies also discovered a notebook containing names and weights, along with prices consistent with pay/owe notations or a drug ledger. An additional ledger containing names and prices was listed on a dry-erase board in the bedroom.
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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