Couple Arrested After Drugs, Body Armor Seized In Wagoner County Home
WAGONER COUNTY, Oklahoma - Two Wagoner County residents are in jail after sheriff's deputies found thousands of dollars worth of drugs, body armor and shotgun a rural home near Fort Gibson lake on Tuesday.
They are identified as David Warden, 46, and 37-year-old Amber Moore.
Inside the home in the Taylor Landing area just off Highway 51, deputies found ballistic body armor, 60-grams of Meth, about 20-grams of marijuana, a 12-gauge shotgun, drug paraphernalia, scales, syringes, and $825.
The sheriff's office says the Meth is worth about $6,000 on the street.
"We put a dent in the drug flow through Wagoner County tonight. My deputies and investigators are doing fantastic work, and we will continue to work just hard every day to ensure the citizens of Wagoner County are safe," said Sheriff Chris Elliott.
"This is a dangerous job, no doubt about that, but the men and women of the sheriff's office are out there and we want the drug dealers to know, we will find you."
This isn't the first time deputies have been at the home. The sheriff's office says a woman was found dead at the home in November. An investigation into her death continues and deputies don't know if the death is connected to Tuesday's arrests.