Four men are in jail following a multi-agency drug bust in Osage County this week.
Authorities tell the Cleveland American this may be the largest meth bust in Osage County history.
The sheriff's office told the Cleveland American they arrested four men -- Veng Xiong, Ken Lee, Xiongkou Her and Kosh Kash Cannady Lor -- after stopping their vehicle on Highway 10 at Highway 99.
The Osage County DA tells the Cleveland American, the men had a rifle, several handguns and almost five pounds of meth in their vehicle.
Deputies told the Cleveland American an average meth arrest deals with just a couple ounces or less of meth. In this case, they told the Cleveland American, the meth they confiscated could have a street value of $100,000.
The Osage County Sheriff's Office, Osage Nation, Pawhuska Police, Hominy Police, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol helped in the investigation and arrests.
According to the Cleveland American, all four men were booked into the Osage County jail in Pawhuska and are facing multiple trafficking and weapon complaints.