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By Jon Watje
Managing Editor 

The Minco Police Department, along with the District Attorney’s Office Drug Task Force-District 6 and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, served arrest warrants on six different individuals and arrested another on drug possession charges. The warrants were served on Wednesday, June 27 between 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. that day. 

“The arrest warrants were served at several addresses,” Minco Police Chief Phil Blevins said. “This has been an approximately five month long investigation and will continue as long as the leads progress. Through this investigation, it is apparent that drugs continue to be a major problem in our city.”

Three individuals were arrested at 1284 State Highway 37. They were Alejandro Isaza, 43, Dorthory Isaza, 47, and David E. Rojas, 20. Stephanie A. Harp, 25, and William J. Potts, 32, of 908 SW. Caddo were taken into custody. Also taken into custody were Kevin A. Scott, 19, of 616 NW Cloud and Linda K. Hendricks, 33, of 417 NW N. St. 

Six of the seven arrested were charged with Distribution of Controlled Substance, including Possession with Intent. Rojas was charged with Possession of Controlled Substance. Potts had a second charged of Possessing CDS within 1,000 feet of a School/Park/Minor Under 12. 

The undercover operation focused on the sale of methamphetamine, marijuana and prescription drugs in the northwestern Grady County area. The majority of the drug sales were made to an undercover informant and documented via an audio and video recording device.

“This investigation was initiated to seek out the dealers and distributors of drugs, and to bring them to justice,” said District Attorney Jason Hicks. “The success of this operation is a direct result of the cooperation of state, county and local law enforcement agencies.”

Blevins said there are two arrest warrants that are yet to be served that are connected to the investigation. 

“There will be several more arrests that will most likely be coming from these initial arrests,” he said. 


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