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June 14, 2010

Bust nets more than drugs

Authorities also find guns, paraphernalia, children at 628 Oklahoma Avenue

CHICKASHA — A narcotics search warrant executed June 1 landed two individuals in jail.

Reford Alcorn, Jr. and Deena Glass were taken into custody after police discovered a white, crystal substance in the bedroom of their home, court records show. The substance field tested as methamphetamine, according to  records.

Police also found a glass pipe in the home that is commonly used to smoke methamphetamine, an arrest affidavit states.

Officers discovered a clear, plastic bag containing a green, leafy substance that field tested as marijuana, a digital scales and a grinder containing a green leafy substance that also field tested as marijuana, as well as a red straw that contained a white substance that field tested as methamphetamine, court records state.

In addition, police found a loaded .22 caliber pistol that was later

 identified as being stolen in a burglary in Oklahoma City, Grady County Undersheriff Jim Weir said.

A red plastic case containing several unknown pills, a green tin cup containing several pills, several clear plastic baggies containing a white residue and several other unknown pills were sent to OSBI for testing, court records state.

 Weir said two children in the home were released to their aunt.

Alcorn and Glass were booked on complaints of  possession of a controlled dangerous substance within 1,000 feet of a church, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, possession of a firearm while in the commission of a felony, possession of stolen property and child endangerment.

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