GLENPOOL, Okla. − More than 600 pounds of marijuana and 27 firearms were seized following a three-month undercover investigation in Glenpool.
According to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, several businesses were searched on Sept. 14, leading to the arrests of three people; Estevan Rodriguez, Nicolas Wehr, and Dorothy Wehr.
“Over the past two years, my agency has shut down more than 800 marijuana businesses for operating illegally,” said OBN Director Donnie Anderson. “We will continue to aggressively target those who circumvent Oklahoma laws to maximize their illicit profits while harming the legitimate medical marijuana industry.”
Members of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma National Guard, Jenks Police Department, and the Glenpool Police Department assisted OBN with the search warrants.