Authorities arrested seven adults in a series of drug raids in Rogers County this week.
Investigators say they'd been watching the group for the last few weeks, when they noticed them buying large amounts of ingredients used to cook Meth. Deputies say the seven tried to make over 200 purchases of pseudoephedrine. And even though they were blocked 113 times, they still got enough to make over a *pound* of Meth.
Deputies with the Rogers County Task Force arrested the first two Monday night, when they discovered a Meth lab at their residence near Foyil. They are identified as Rolland and Brandie Ramsey.
Investigators went to residence in Claremore, the next morning, found another Meth lab and made more arrests. They are identified as Derick and Tracey Allen, Duane Gunter and Johney Sims. Two minors were also with this group, a 14-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy.
Deputies arrested Bryan Ruiz at another residence in the county in connection with this investigation.
Investigators called DHS, who reunited the two special needs teens with their mother.
All seven adults face charges ranging from manufacturing Meth, conspiracy and child neglect.