A Rogers County deputy arrested two people who were allegedly in possession of 39 marijuana edibles and a little more than a half ounce of marijuana.
Rogers County Deputy Ronald Walker stopped a white Jeep sports utility vehicle shortly after midnight Tuesday on Interstate 44, near 193rd Street, according to a probable cause affidavit. Walker states in the affidavit that the driver failed to indicate a lane change, tailgated another vehicle and nearly drove off the interstate before overcorrecting.
When Walker approached the vehicle, he was “confronted with a strong odor of green marijuana, and an overwhelming cover odor,” according to the affidavit.
“I could see four different types of air fresheners in plain view…,” Walker states. “Both subject’s hands were shaking badly and they stared straight out the windshield.”
Walker asked the driver, identified as David C. Kelley, to step out of the vehicle. The Rogers County sheriff’s deputy states in the affidavit he saw a handgun in the driver’s side door.
Kelley, 32, of Texas, allegedly admitted there was a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle. The passenger, identified as Jaquan C. Allen, allegedly made a similar statement. Walker detained Kelley and Allen, 28, of Texas, while he searched the vehicle.
Kelley reportedly told the deputy that he and Allen were returning from Wisconsin.
Walker alleges he found a baggie of marijuana in the glove compartment and another