Officers are not seeking to charge additional people in connection with the operation, but seized evidence is still being reviewed and more charges may be filed in the future, Oklahoma City police Capt. Dexter Nelson said.
Horrigan was also charged with counts alleging use of a computer for the purpose of violating Oklahoma statutes and receiving, acquiring or concealing proceeds derived from a violation of Oklahoma statutes.
Kelley was also charged with permitting illegal activity and purchasing liquor from an unauthorized wholesaler based on evidence found during the search.
Horrigan and Kelley could not be reached for comment.