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Midwest City police make arrests after drug, gun raids

Raids in Midwest City were carried out Thursday. Several arrests were made on illegal drug sales and possession complaints.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: January 14, 2011 at 12:36 am •  Published: January 14, 2011

— Law officers raided several homes Thursday and made arrests on complaints that included illegal drug possession and sales and firearms possession.

Midwest City and Oklahoma City police, FBI agents and members of the U.S. Marshals Service's metro fugitive task force and federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers served 13 state arrest warrants and two state search warrants at 11 locations in Midwest City and Oklahoma City, said Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes.

The warrants stem from an investigation that began a year ago.

“This investigation is ongoing and most likely will lead to additional arrests,” Clabes said. “This is our effort to be proactive in combating criminal activity within the boundaries of Midwest City.”

Four cars were seized during the operation, along with two guns, drugs, money and paraphernalia.

Several children were taken into Department of Human Services custody, Clabes said.

Arrested on complaints that included drug possession and sales, possession of drugs in front of a minor child and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony were:

• Austin Pappa Bolfrey III, 30.

• Diane Dejarnette, 38.

• Aundra Lamont Dejarnette, 41.

• Delane Dejarnette, 39.

• Casena Renee Fields, 39.

• Carol Hubbard, 55.

• Evette Gladys Jackson, 48.

• Diontaye James, 21.

• Kimberly Radawn Tennyson, 26.

• Stefphon Dontae Truss, 21.

• Shamikia Shawndrea Walker, 29.

• Joyce J. Wright, 50.

• Maurice Wright, 42. has disabled the comments for this article.


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