TULSA - A traffic stop Saturday in North Tulsa resulted in the arrest of three individuals after a deputy looking in the car found methamphetamine and a unbuckled 2-year-old.
Arrested were Tulsa residents Emely Gayle Lira, 22, and Aimee Maria Martin, 39, and Broken Arrow resident Darrin Scott Townsend, 43, on drug-related charges.
According to the affidavit, shortly before midnight a deputy stopping a vehicle in the area of E. Pine and 33rd Street for expired tags discovered Lira was driving under suspension, had no insurance and had seven warrants for her arrest.
The deputy noticed a 2-year-old in the back of the car in a child seat, but unbuckled. Also seated in the back was Darrin Townsend, wanted in 11 warrants. Martin was seated in the front passenger seat.
After running a drug-dog around the vehicle and seeing it alert on the both sides, the deputy searched the car and found among other items multiple small baggies of methamphetamine, two smoking pipes and two packages of pseudoephedrine.
All are due in court Monday.
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