Woman allegedly used narcotics with a minor
A Kiowa woman was charged after allegedly smoking methamphetamine with a 16-year-old.
Court documents show Nani Patterson, 43, was charged with two counts of child abuse, child neglect, and maintaining place for keeping/selling controlled substance after a 16-year-old told investigators Patterson keeps methamphetamine at her home and they smoke it together.
The 16-year-old also told investigators that the pair “regularly smoke marijuana together,” according to a police report filed in the case.
Jail records show Patterson was being held Wednesday in the Pittsburg County Jail in lieu of a $100,000 bond.
Three charged after prison contraband drop
Three individuals were charged after investigators found a contraband drop on prison grounds.
Waylon Ray Green, 24; Shianne Shay Queen, 23; and Randy Todd Wilson, 44, were each charged with bringing contraband (drugs) into jail/penal institution, possession of cell phone of electronic device in penal institution, and possession of contraband (tobacco) in penal institution, according to documents filed in Pittsburg County District Court.
According to a probable cause affidavit, investigators from the Oklahoma Department of Corrections observed a vehicle leaving the Jackie Brannon Correctional Center visitor building at a high rate of speed.
Investigators lost sight of the vehicle but found a black duffel bag “wrapped in silver duct tape,” the affidavit states.
McAlester Police were later dispatched to the 800 block of West Harrison Avenue, where they found a vehicle stuck in the mud with Green, Queen, and Wilson and a search of the vehicle found a blue bag with two cell phones, two charging blocks, and two charging cords wrapped in duct tape, according to the report.
The vehicle was later identified by ODOC investigators as the vehicle seen leaving JBCC.
Inside the bag found at the prison were six cell phones “similar to the two found in the vehicle,” seven grams of a green leafy substance, 6.25 pounds of tobacco “and other miscellaneous items,” the affidavit states.