DOJ: Indian Brotherhood gang members charged in conspiracy to sell meth
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) —
The Department of Justice says three men face federal charges after being arrested in an investigation into the Indian Brotherhood gang.
The DOJ says 34-year-old Kody Clark, 43-year-old Daniel Strunk and 30-year-old Stephanie Tyson were charged with conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute methamphetamine. Strunk and Tyson reportedly traveled to Mulhall to get around one-fourth of a pound of methamphetamine from Clark.
An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper stopped Strunk and Tyson in Sand Springs as they were headed back to Tulsa, according to the DOJ. A K9 officer detected drugs in their vehicle, and troopers found 175 grams of methamphetamine.
Clark, Strunk and Tyson are being investigated in connection with the Indian Brotherhood gang, which operates in the northern, western and eastern districts of Oklahoma, the DOJ says.