California Man Arrested In Tulsa With Four Pounds Of Meth
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa police arrested a California man after they found just over four pounds of meth in his car during a traffic stop.
Police said they pulled over David Castrejon, 30, around 5 Tuesday evening after he failed to stop at a stop sign.
They said while the car was stopped, a K-9 officer performed an “open air sniff” on the car and got a positive alert.
The arrest report says police searched the car and found two kilos, or just over four pounds of meth, and $8,000.
Officers arrested and booked Castrejon on possession of drugs, traffic of methamphetamine and failure to stop for a stop sign. Jail records show he is being held on a $30,100 bond.