Three Coweta Residents Arrested After Marijuana Plants Found
WAGONER COUNTY, Oklahoma - Authorities arrested three people after searching a Coweta home Tuesday, finding numerous marijuana plants inside and outside the home.
The home is located in the 28000 block of East 150th Street South.
The sheriff's office said the search turned up 25 plants growing on the property and 10 dry marijuana plants inside the home. In addition, officers found drug paraphernalia and plastic baggies with a white powdery substance.
Deputies and Coweta Police arrested Thomas Olden, 37, Kristine Crawford, 41, and Jacob Marsey, 22.
"We may not get all the drugs out of Wagoner County, but my goal as Sheriff of Wagoner County is to be relentless on drug dealers and drug abusers. Those folks who choose to live that life in Wagoner County will not have the luxury of feeling relaxed and safe in their crimes," said Sheriff Chris Elliott.
All three were booked into the Wagoner County jail on complaints of cultivation of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.