BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - A drug task force raid on a Bartlesville home where officials suspected meth cooking was taking place netted two arrests Thursday.
Arrested were Andrew Franklin Killman, 39, and Michael James Wilson, 22, on charges of manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
During their appearances in Washington District Court on Monday, the judge set their bonds to $250,000 and $150,000, respectively.
According to the report, officials with the 11 th Judical District Drug Task Force at around 10:30 p.m. Thursday served a search warrant on a resident on the 100 block of N.E. Teresa Lane.
Finding Killman and Wilson both in the home along with a number of other individuals, they spoke to Killman who told officials he and the other had been smoking “dope” when task force entered the home.
Officials searching the scene found multiple items — including drain cleaner, camp fuel, lithium battery strips, several empty ice packs, five beverage bottles with hoses protruding from their caps and blister packs of psuedoephedrine pills — all commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Also found were a smoking pipe, a bong and 17 loose syringes with needles.
Tests on the pipe and bong showed them positive for having been used with marijuana.
Wilson reportedly admitted to officials he owned the pipe and the bong and was the meth “cook.”
According to court records, Killman was twice convicted of possession of a controlled dangerous substance in 2002 and once convicted of the same in 2005.
Both men are due back in court on Tuesday.
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