Stolen mail, paraphernalia, and 23.3 grams of methamphetamine were reportedly found during a search warrant that resulted in a felony arrest Thursday.
Rogers County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant on the residence of Jacob Killough, 37.
Deputies cite finding meth-amphetamine, baggies, paraphernalia to consume and inject the methamphetamine and U.S. mail and packages stolen from mail boxes.
Two juveniles were in the residence “where controlled dangerous substances is stored, consumed and distributed from,” according to RCSO.
Records show Killough altered the amount on a stolen check and cashed it at a Rogers County bank on at least two occasions, once for $420 and another for $801.15.
Killough was arrested on allegations of: trafficking in controlled dangerous substance, maintain place to keep/sell CDS, child neglect, receiving stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia, uttering forged instruments (checks), unlawful use of communication facility, and multiple outstanding warrants.
The search warrant was served and Killough was arrested Thursday, but the district attorney’s office has not yet filed charges.