KAY COUNTY, Okla. (KSNT) – Two Kansas residents were arrested after drugs were found on Saturday during a traffic stop.
The Kay County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Saturday, Dec. 3, a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle belonging to two Kansas residents in Newkirk. A probable cause search of the vehicle stemming from the odor of marijuana resulted in the discovery of the following:
- A 9mm handgun
- 40 grams of marijuana
- 10 grams of cocaine
- 172 grams of methamphetamine
- 204 fentanyl pills
The driver and the vehicle’s passenger were arrested and taken to the Kay County Detention Center on multiple narcotics and firearm charges. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.