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CALVIN, Okla. – An Oklahoma police chief was taken into custody after an investigation alleged that he was distributing methamphetamine. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics announced the arrest of Joe Don Chitwood, the chief of the Calvin Police Department.
“This investigation began in mid-April after receiving information that Chitwood was both using and selling methamphetamine in Hughes County. OBN and DEA worked a joint investigation that resulted in Chitwood’s arrest,” said OBN Spokesman Mark Woodward.
Woodward says agents were serving a search warrant at Chitwood’s home in Wetumka when they found small amounts of methamphetamine.
“Meth is the leading killer among drug-related deaths in Oklahoma. And for a peace officer to be responsible for putting more meth on the streets is a disgrace
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