Officers arrest eight in “Operation Street Sweeper,” plus two

Ponca City Now - May 27, 2015 9:53 am

"Operation Street Sweeper” began months ago, but was put into arrest mode before dawn this morning.

The Eighth District Task Force from Kay County, the Tenth District Task Force from Osage County, the US Marshal’s Service, the Ponca City Police Department’s Special Projects Unit and the Air National Guard with their helicopter are working together to continue the cleanup effort with warrants for 22 subjects in hand.

Officers made their first arrest just after 6 a.m. They took Kyle Wade Leon, 26, into custody on three outstanding local traffic warrants. He was transported to the Ponca City Police Department.

Of the beginning list of 22 people, eight have been arrested as of 10 a.m. Leon was not on the original list.

On the list and in custody are:

  • Zachary Arthur Riff, born 12-29-93, was arrested on a warrant for conspiracy to deliver a controlled dangerous substance,
  • Jessica Marie Schiltz, born 5-20-89, was arrested on a warrant for conspiracy to deliver a controlled dangerous substance.
  • Norman Lee Tudor, born 4-13-79, was arrested on a warrant for distribution of a controlled dangerous substance after former conviction.
  • Misty Dawn McKee, born 6-21-87, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute.
  • Archie Chance Lowe, born 12-5-88, was arrested on a warrant for distribution of a controlled dangerous substance after former conviction and a warrant for violation of the computer crimes act.
  • Ryan Cordell Hanger, born 7-1-87, was arrested on a warrant for distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and another warrant for violation of the computer crimes act.
  • Dorcus L Jeans, born 7-20-70, was arrested on an outstanding warrant of possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
  • Jacqueline Dean House, born 5-13-69, was arrested on a warrant for possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
  • Shelia Jane Strong, 2-13-85, was arrested an outstanding failure to appear warrant. She also was not on the original list.

All of the above were transported directly to the Kay County Detention Facility.

 

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