Oklahoma City police arrested a felon accused of selling methamphetamine at the Subway restaurant where he worked, according to an incident report released Thursday.
Jeremy Gene Walker, 27, was arrested Monday on multiple complaints.
Police received a tip that an employee was selling methamphetamine and pills at the Subway at 1035 SE 66 and conducted surveillance while Walker was working alone. The officer witnessed the employee meeting with individuals outside and talking on cellphones that they passed between themselves, according to the report.
During surveillance Monday, the officer saw people go into the restaurant after it was shut down early, according to the report.
Police followed two vehicles after they left the Subway and arrested the driver of one vehicle, Matthew Primeax, 24, on a compliant of possession of a controlled drug substance without a prescription.
Police went back to the Subway and arrested Walker on complaints of possession of a controlled drug substance with intent to distribute, maintaining a place where a controlled drug substance is sold, possession of drug proceeds, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, and two outstanding traffic warrants.
Walker had 2.8 grams of meth, a meth pipe and $225 in his pants, police said.
He was convicted of a felony for possession of a controlled drug substance in 2011 in Cleveland County and received a five-year suspended sentence, according to police.