SKIATOOK, Okla. (AP) _ Officials with the Oklahoma Tax Commission are looking to find a new director for a Skiatook tag agency that was closed after its agent was charged in a felony drug case.
The commission is looking to replace Brian Corbell, who was fired last month. The 48-year-old was fired last month after being charged with several drug offenses.
Corbell's mother operated the tag agency for nearly 30 years before turning over the operation to her son three months ago.
Tax Commission spokeswoman Paula Ross says the tag agency totaled more than 1.7 million dollars in gross motor-vehicle registrations in the last fiscal year.