TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Tulsa Police Department says they have arrested four individuals for trafficking fentanyl from an east Tulsa motel.
On March 24 around 4 p.m., officers responded to the Americas Best Value Inn near 31st and Memorial to investigate reports of people selling fentanyl.
Earlier in the week, TPD learned that "Bro-Bro Baggins" and associates were selling the drug from a room at the motel.
Through an investigation, police say it was revealed that "Bro-Bro Baggin" was Christopher Snider and that he was staying in a motel room rented by Anna Atcosta.
When officers went to the room to make contact with Snider, they found him with Atcosta, Jordan Chatman, and Amanda Tapp.
Officers arrested Snider on an outstanding felony warrant for not meeting the terms of his probation on his previous charges.
Atcosta agreed to a search of the room where an ounce of methamphetamine laced with fentanyl was hidden in the bed sheets.
Additionally, Atcosta, Chatman, and Tapp all allegedly had packages of the same drug concealed on their clothing.
All were arrested for aggravated trafficking of fentanyl and booked at the Tulsa County jail.