A convicted drug dealer at the center of a Tulsa Police corruption probe was arrested Thursday afternoon.
Ryan Logsdon was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of maintaining a house where drugs are kept and sold, drug possession, delivery of a controlled and dangerous drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was released on a $17,750 bond.
At a police corruption trial in 2011, Logsdon testified he worked for two Tulsa Police officers buying drugs from police to sell to his customers.
The two police officers Logsdon said he worked for, Brandon McFadden and Jeff Henderson were both sent to federal prison following their convictions.