TULSA, OK -- A routine traffic stop overnight in Tulsa by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol leads to the discovery of methamphetamine.
The traffic stop happened at 4 a.m. Tuesday near Admiral and Yale.
An OHP trooper pulled over a mini-van with two people inside. A search of the vehicle turned up the drugs.
The driver was taken to the Tulsa County jail.
A female passenger was questioned and released.
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