Two Arkansas men have been charged with meth trafficking in McCurtain County, Okla., following a recent traffic stop, court records show.
Sean Colton Bell, 26, of Nashville, Ark., and Keith Arnold White II, 31, of De Queen, Ark., were both charged with trafficking illegal drugs following a March 17 traffic stop, a McCurtain County district attorney’s filing shows.
McCurtain County Sheriff’s Deputy Brock Christie made a traffic stop in Eagletown about 4 a.m. on March 17 after seeing the Chevrolet Avalanche nearly strike another vehicle.
Christie said he smelled marijuana and could see a teenager hiding in the back seat of the truck.
When asked if she had anything illegal on her person, the 16-year-old girl said she did and it was clipped her belt loop.
The officer said he found a bag containing two meth needles, meth pipes and baggies of meth.
There was also a Crown Royal bag in the vehicle which contained more meth, scales and a notebook with a detailed drug sales ledger with names and prices.
The teen said she doesn’t use meth but was riding with her cousin, Bell, and White while they dropped off drugs in Eagletown.
The total amount of meth seized was 28.9 grams, Christie said.
The teen said what Christie found attached to her belt did belong to her, but all the other meth belonged to Bell and White, a report said.
The teen was released to her mother, who signed a Juvenile Services promise to appear order.