After finding himself on the wrong side of the law, the chief of Oklahoma police has been taken into custody. It was announced on Friday by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics that the arrest of Joe Don Chitwood, the chief of the Calvin Police Department.
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According to the officials, Joe Don Chitwood’s arrest was part of an investigation into methamphetamine distribution in southeast Oklahoma. In the middle of April, this investigation was started after the officials had received the information that the joe don Chitwood was using and selling methamphetamine in Hughes County.
The OBN spokesman Mark Woodward said OBN and DEA worked on a joint investigation that resulted in Chitwood’s arrest. The Woodward agents say they were serving a search warrant at the Joe Don Chitwood home. His home is in Wetumka after they found small amounts of methamphetamine. In Oklahoma, Meth is the leading killer of the drug if related to death.
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In Oklahoma-related deaths, if we say then Meth is the leading killer of the drug. A peace officer is responsible for the more Meth is put on the streets, and it is a disgrace for the proud men and women in law enforcement. For those people who put their lives on the line every day to protect the people from the deadly consequences of abusing the substance.
He was arrested in the Hughes County Jail after complaints of methamphetamine distribution. In their many forms, the dealers come from illegal drug dealing. He was in power, and he used his authority wrongly to push drugs into Oklahoma as they caused the harm. Said Eduardo A. Chávez, Special Agent in Charge of DEA Dallas. He said that the DEA and our law enforcement partners will always hold drug dealers accountable no matter who they are.
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