LEBANON, OK - Marshall County deputies conducted a major synthetic drug bust in Lebanon Thursday morning, leaving a Dallas man behind bars.
55-year-old Sikander Olympia is accused of selling twelve pounds of synthetic drugs to an undercover officer. Officers said the drugs have a street value of nearly $40,000.
Investigators said the sting operation took place just before noon at the corner store in Lebanon.
Olympia is being held in the Marshall County jail with a pending synthetic drug distribution charge.
Marshall County Undersheriff Donny Raley said he feels good about Thursday's arrest. He said Olympia is alleged to be one of the largest synthetic drug dealers in the area.
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