Man Charged In Largest Pot Bust In Tulsa History Pleads Guilty
TULSA, Oklahoma - The man charged in what the police chief called the largest pot bust in Tulsa history has pleaded guilty.
Federal court documents show Kong Meng Vang pleaded guilty to three federal crimes including drug possession with intent to distribute.
Prosecutors say he brought in 1,500 pounds of marijuana to Oklahoma from California.
Documents show he will forfeit 21 vehicles, property, guns, ammo and cash. The most serious charges carry a maximum sentence of 40 years.