OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma drug officials say they've dismantled a large methamphetamine ring in central Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics says 30 arrest warrants were served Monday morning as part of a yearlong joint undercover investigation with federal officials.
OBN spokesman Mark Woodward says the methamphetamine was manufactured in Mexico. Woodward says the operation was a "major supplier" of methamphetamine in the state.
Woodward says the group brought the drugs to Oklahoma and resold them in Oklahoma City, Norman, Edmond, Anadarko and Watonga.
By midday Monday, 17 people had been arrested on drug charges. Woodward says all were taken to the Oklahoma County jail.
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