Two Arrested After Driver Leads Police to Drug-filled Home in Midtown

KTUL-Tulsa - October 17, 2022 6:39 am

The Tulsa Police Department arrested two people and seized several types of drugs, 15 firearms and more than $20,000 in drug proceeds Friday, according to police.

Officers say they attempted a traffic stop on a Kia Soul around 3:30 p.m. and the driver, Jaqueaz Johnson failed to yield. Instead, officers said Johnson drove at normal speed until he stopped in front of his residence near 31st and Memorial.

Once stopped, Johnson opened the car door and an officer said he saw a pistol in the door pocket. Officers searched the car and found an ounce of methamphetamine. After Johnson was arrested, police say they found cocaine in his shoe.

Sheri Alspach, who lives at the same residence as Johnson, came out of the home after officers knocked. Police said Alspach consented to a search after she was questioned and supplied keys and combinations to a safe room and safes in the home.

Officers said they uncovered “significant quantities of methamphetamine, Xanax, cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, marijuana, THC vapes, and THC wax.” 15 firearms, significant quantities of ammunition and more the $20,000 in drug proceeds were also found in the home.

Another ounce of methamphetamine was found on Alspach’s person after she was arrested. Officers said they believe Alspach and Johnson supply drugs that are sold from motels, on the streets and in the area of 31st and Memorial.

Alspach and Johnson were booked on drug and firearm charges. TPD says they expect additional drug trafficking charges after the full investigation is completed.


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