Saturday, July 31st 2004, 1:44 pm
News On 6
PAULS VALLEY, Okla. (AP) _ Authorities say they've arrested 21 people in a warrant sweep that focused on drug-related crimes in Garvin County.
District Attorney Tim Kuykendall (KIRK'-en-doll) says the operation was the culmination of a six-month cocaine investigation.
Authorities set out with 145 arrest warrants to serve on 52 people in Garvin and surrounding counties.
The Garvin and McClain County sheriff's offices, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol and police in Pauls Valley, Wynnewood, Paoli, Maysville and Davis helped the District Attorneys Drug Task Force execute the warrants.
Kuykendall says authorities confiscated rock cocaine, marijuana, mushrooms and methamphetamine during the sweep.