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ROGERS COUNTY -- The Rogers County Sheriff's Department along with the Cherokee Nation's Marshal Service arrested four people in Foyil overnight on Tuesday.

The two men and two women are accused of selling drugs to area high school students. Officers say despite the suspects being armed, the arrests went well because of team work.

"We're proud to have the relationships here, the working relationships with the Cherokee Nation Marshall Service and all the sounding agents here, agencies here in Rogers County. It's truly good to see things like this come together," said Sheriff Scott Walton, Rogers County.

DHS was also on hand. They took a two-month old baby from the home.

Officers say there were also several dogs in the house that will be taken by animal welfare officials.