(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Three Oklahoma law enforcement agencies will get a share of more than $1-million in forfeited drug money.
Oklahoma City Police will get more than $870,600 and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs receive more than $32,300. The Oklahoma County District Attorney's Office gets more than $21,500.
Federal law enforcement will keep the remaining funds, more the $215,500.
US Attorney Robert McCampbell says the $1,077,000 was seized from the Oklahoma City home of Eugene Isiah Roberts after his arrest nearly one year ago for possession of crack cocaine.
Cocaine was also found in Roberts' home and he has been convicted on drug charges and is awaiting sentencing.