A Muldrow man was charged Oct. 28 with trafficking in illegal drugs, court records show.
David Dewayne Marr Sr., 54, was also charged with possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction, while a woman who lives with Marr, Angela Kay Hendricks, 44, was also charged with drug trafficking.
On Oct. 28, the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office executed a document search warrant at Marr’s residence in Muldrow. Upon arriving at the home, deputies breached the door and found the pair hiding behind a locked bedroom door.
Marr was advised that there was a felony warrant for his arrest and that deputies had a search warrant to search the home for documents pertaining to the sale of narcotics. Marr and Hendricks were read their Miranda rights and asked if they wanted to speak with law enforcement and they declined.
During the search, deputies discovered cell phones, a notebook with phone numbers and other documents. They also found a clear plastic bag containing a white rock-like substance, along with another clear plastic bag containing a green, leafy substance. A pair of working digital scales was found on a dresser.
A narcotics search warrant was obtained and the suspected drugs were seized.
In another bedroom, a deputy found a pill bottle with a piece of foil in it in the freezer. After unfolding the foil, deputies observed two small pieces of square paper, thought to be LSD. Deputies also discovered a rifle in the bedroom.
Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer
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