Investigation of drug trafficking in Oklahoma prompts arrests, charges

Those arrested are accused of being involved in a drug trafficking organization in Oklahoma that distributed methamphetamine and marijuana throughout the state from November 2011 through May.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: June 24, 2013 at 10:04 pm •  Published: June 24, 2013
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Federal complaints unsealed Monday included charges against 13 people in a drug trafficking investigation, with one other person arrested on state drug charges.

Five of those named in the complaints already were in custody on other charges. Nine were arrested Friday by the FBI and Oklahoma City police.

The 14 people arrested following the investigation are accused of being involved in a drug trafficking organization that distributed methamphetamine and marijuana throughout the state from November 2011 through May.

Those arrested Friday were: Bryan J. Alcorta, 25, of Altus; Robert Ray Sanchez, 25, of Altus; Jason Lee Herrera, 25, of Oklahoma City; Robbin Lopez, 50, of Moore; Erlinda Ramirez 43, of Oklahoma City; Lyndie Prentice, 34, of Moore; Alaciano Ramirez, 20, of Oklahoma City; Tabitha Frair, 28, of Oklahoma City; and Isabel Marie Favela, 32, of Oklahoma City;

Those already in custody were: Courtney Watts, 29; Marsial Garcia, 31; Floyd Patterson, 30; Jeremy Pena, 32; and Baldomero Reyes Jr., 37.


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