A Sallisaw police officer turned himself into the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Friday on complaints of providing hard liquor or high-point beer to minors. John Marcus Weber, 29, turned himself in at the Sequoyah County Jail, according to a news release.
Weber was booked on two felony counts of providing liquor or high-point beer and one misdemeanor complaint of providing 3.2 beer.
The OSBI became involved at the request of the Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office. Weber is a Sallisaw police lieutenant.
"An OSBI agent spent several days collecting information and discovered multiple teenage victims," the release states. "A warrant for Weber's arrest was filed Thursday and signed this morning.
Weber's bail was set at $10,000, and he bonded out of jail.