“It's not as many (drugs) as what is coming in to the Oklahoma City or the Tulsa metro areas but it is still making it in, just enough for those populations,” he said.
Because it is harder to obtain drugs used to make methamphetamine in most of the United States, Mexican methamphetamine is making its way up along with other drugs, Woodward said.
“About 90 to 95 percent of meth in the U.S. is coming from a Mexican source,” he said. “While it is harder to make here, they still have a demand for it because the drug is so addicting.”
Lindsay is about 50 miles south of Oklahoma City.
Those arrested were taken to the Garvin County jail.