Elk City man and Aubrey woman jailed for alleged drug trafficking
A 29-year-old Elk City man and a 27-year-old Aubrey woman are facing drug trafficking charges after an Oklahoma Highway Patrolman allegedly discovered evidence of drug trafficking following a routine traffic stop on December 27, 2018.
At approximately 4:15 pm, the trooper was on routine patrol near the 1-40 business route near Eastern Ave in Elk City when he observed a silver Chevy make an abrupt stop and turn into a vacant hotel. The trooper noticed that the vehicle had a defective left brake light.
As the trooper activated his emergency lights, he reported observing driver Preston Leroy Williams make an exaggerated motion with both hands.
The trooper had Williams have a seat in his patrol car to conduct the traffic stop. Williams was displaying actions and speech that were rapid, the trooper wrote, which were movements the trooper associated with methamphetamine use.
Two other OHP troopers responded to assist with the stop.
After the traffic stop was complete, the trooper asked Williams if he could search his vehicle and Williams reportedly agreed.
According to the probable cause affidavit, Williams then told the trooper that he wasn’t going to lie and admitted that he had a marijuana roach. Williams then supposedly reached inside the vehicle and handed the trooper a small partially burned marijuana cigarette.
The trooper placed the roach on the car’s trunk and instructed Williams to stand in front of the car.
Williams’s female passenger was identified as Bianca LeeAnn DeShazo of Aubrey, Oklahoma. She was asked to exit the car.
In the driver’s side door, the trooper found two ziplock baggies containing a crystal like substance and two small unused ziplock baggies.
In the passenger’s side door, an assisting trooper found a backpack that DeShazo had claimed as...
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