Investigators serving a search warrant on a residence in Oklahoma City found prescription pills, propane and butane canisters, lighters and drug paraphernalia within reach of a 4-year-old and a 10-month-old, court records show.
Weston Guinn, 26, and Stephanie Barnes, 20, both of Oklahoma City, are accused of manufacturing fraudulent prescriptions and driver's licenses. They were arrested and booked into the Oklahoma County jail on multiple complaints, including child endangerment, possession of drugs and possession of forged driver's licenses.
Barnes remained in custody Thursday; Guinn, also accused of distribution of forged prescriptions and gun possession after former conviction, is free on bail, a detention officer said.
Agents with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control executed the search warrant Monday at 2805 N Redmond. Inside the residence they found Guinn and Barnes along with the two children.
On a coffee table investigators found multiple driver's licenses, forged prescription bottles and pills suspected to be Oxycodone, Buprenorphine and Alprazolam, all classified as controlled dangerous substances, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
A $20 bill covered in a white substance Barnes identified as crystal meth also was found on the table, the affidavit states.
Guinn admitted selling Oxycodone, a high-powered pain reliever, and letting people store drugs and money at the residence, agents reported.
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