MARIETTA, Okla. -- A Marietta police officer stopped a vehicle he thought was suspicious early this morning.
Upon search of the vehicle, William Barbour, 46, of Wilson, and Kimberly Baker, 28, of Fort Worth, are now in the Love County Jail facing a number of drug charges.
The officer saw them pull into a vacant house on Bill Halstead Road about one o'clock.
The man told him he was looking for a friend, but inside the car the officer found meth, several crack pipes, and a loaded .357-Magnum handgun.
Barbour was wanted out of Marshall County for violating his probation.
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