TULSA -- Police arrested four people on drug trafficking charges after spotting a stolen car at an East Tulsa motel.
Officers spotted the stolen Honda near the Delux Inn at East 27th and Memorial around 9 p.m. on Saturday.
Police arrested Jamie Stazenski after they say she tried to drive the car away from the scene. While investigating the car, police spotted suspicious activity in a nearby motel room.
Officers detained the room's occupants while waiting for a search warrant. After receiving the warrant, investigators say they found a large quantity of methamphetamine in the room.
Police then arrested Alexia Frenchman, Stacey Goad, and Demetrice Woodard. In addition to Stazenski, the three are facing drug trafficking charges.
Stazenski, Frenchman, and Goad are also charged with possession of a stolen vehicle.
The Honda's owner retrieved the car and drove away.
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