When a pursuit approached the dead end of Archer, the driver reportedly began throwing plastic baggies of drugs out of the window, onto the property of Wright Christian Academy.
This is according to the affidavit filed by Rogers County Sheriff's Office in the arrest of Jordon Smith and Devin Hartzell, both of Tulsa.
Investigator Kyle Baker reports that both men were taken out of the vehicle at gun point.
When they searched the vehicle, Baker said they seized: 1.3 pounds of marijuana, 16.8 grams of cocaine and 22.3 grams of heroin.
Baker said the drugs were located in the front area of the car, which was on the Christian Academy property.
Investigator Baker reports that Smith had $950 on his person, mostly in $20 bills which he says is consistent with drug proceeds.
The men are facing possible felony charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a controlled dangerous substance within 2,000 feet of a school, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, trafficking a controlled dangerous substance and possession of proceeds from drug activity. Hartzell, as the driver of the vehicle, is facing an additional misdemeanor offense of eluding a police officer.
RCSO records show Hartzell has multiple previous convictions for distribution of a controlled substance, possession and possession with intent to distribute in Oklahoma, Kansas and Florida.
Smith, they report, has several convictions of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and use of a weapon during a felony.