Oklahoma authorities are continuing to conduct illegal marijuana busts across the state daily. Recently, the Oklahoma Attorney General's office announced one of the largest amounts of black-market marijuana ever seized in the state's history. Agents allegedly discovered over 36 tons of weed in a metal barn in Wagoner County, making it a monumental drug seizure. This operation has intensified law enforcement efforts to combat illegal drug activities.
During a raid earlier in the week, law enforcement seized over 45,000 marijuana plants and over 700 pounds of processed marijuana at a Love County facility. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) made two arrests following an inspection at a licensed grow facility, where thousands of violations were revealed. These actions demonstrate the state's commitment to ensuring compliance with legal marijuana operations.
Collaboration between the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority and local law enforcement in Kay County has been crucial in responding to complaints about Medical Marijuana. This partnership has allowed them to address concerns related to the misuse of Medical Marijuana licenses and the diversion of products into the illegal market. By working together, they aim to maintain the integrity of the Medical Marijuana industry in the state.