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Oklahoma drug enforcement Archive



by Edmond Geary

Oklahoma Meth Drug Crimes

Since Oklahoma banned the unregulated sale of pseudoephedrine in 2004, the availability of methamphetamine declined for a while. Now it’s coming back.  Last year, 743 meth labs were discovered, and this year is on track to exceed that at 300 labs seized to date.  Most of the labs were of the one-pot lab variety, also…

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by Edmond Geary

DEA Agent & Drug Conspiracy Part 2

Former federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives agent Brandon McFadden is in jail, having pled guilty to conspiracy to a drug conspiracy and reportedly telling a federal grand jury how he and Tulsa Police Officers broke the law with him.  Ryan Logsdon, the informant McFadden and Police Officer Jeff Henderson used to convict father…

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by Edmond Geary

Oklahoma Medical Examiner Problems

The Oklahoma Office of the Chief Medical Examiner lost its accreditation in July, 2009, from the National Association of Medical Examiners.  In June, 2008, Dr. Jeffery Gorton, the chief medical examiner, announced he planned to quit performing autopsies in Tulsa.  Legislators from Tulsa objected, and he resigned.   An employee in the Tulsa office who was…

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by Edmond Geary

Recent Mexican laws Contrast with Oklahoma on Drug Possession

To the horror of the “zero-tolerance-for-drug” people, the Republic of Mexico has decided to be lenient with those caught with small amounts of drugs.  The new laws allow up to about four joints of marijuana for personal use and about one-half gram of cocaine, which translates into about four “lines” of cocaine or half the…

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