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Law enforcement officials work together in Wagoner drug bust arrest

Law enforcement discovered 24 grams of crack cocaine, one gram of methamphetamine, one gram of marijuana, scales and baggies inside (KTUL).

The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, Wagoner Police Department and District 27 task force served a search warrant for narcotics that led to an arrest and possession of cocaine and methamphetamine.

Officials served the search warrant at a house near Southwest 2nd Street and South Polk Avenue in Wagoner.

Wagoner police said they obtained a search warrant after a traffic stop lead to information about narcotics inside the home.

Around 2 p.m. Thursday, officers served the warrant and searched the house.

Officials say when police enterred the home, a person inside began throwing drugs out a back window.

Officers arrested the person inside the house and identified his as 45-year-old Angelo Coulter.

Law enforcement discovered 24 grams of crack cocaine, one gram of methamphetamine, one gram of marijuana, scales and baggies inside.

“This is an excellent example of team work. The Police Department will continue to work with our partners at the Sheriff’s Office and the District Attorney’s office to rid the streets of Wagoner and Wagoner County of these types of drugs,” said Wagoner Police Chief Bob Haley.

Officials say Coulter was arrested and booked into the Wagoner County Jail on charges of Trafficking Cocaine, Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Marijuana.

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