Oklahoma Drug Dealer Arrested In Yavapai County

Deputies located 2 large duffel bags in the trunk containing 53 pounds of methamphetamine, 36 pounds of multicolored m-30 fentanyl pills, and 5 kilograms of cocaine. [Photo courtesy Yavapai County Sheriff's Office]

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a vehicle traffic stop northbound on Interstate 17 in Cordes Lakes this week and found methamphetamine, multicolored M-30 fentanyl pills, and cocaine.

According to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, when deputies approached the vehicle, the driver, 33-year-old Ryan Ellman, of Tulsa Oklahoma, was showing obvious physical signs of nervousness and when asked about his erratic driving, he stated that he “was falling asleep.” During the discussion, a drug detection dog “alerted” to the odor of narcotics. That is when deputies found 2 large duffel bags in the trunk containing 53 pounds of methamphetamine, 36 pounds of multicolored m-30 fentanyl pills, and 5 kilograms of cocaine. Personal use heroin, meth, cocaine, drug paraphernalia, and 3 firearms were also found in the front and backseat of the vehicle.

Ellman was arrested and booked into the Yavapai County jail for 2 counts of transportation of a narcotic drug for sale, transportation of dangerous drugs for sale, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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  1. Outraged! We must stop the border invasion and keep those drugs out of our country. This is war. The cartels and our present administration are destroying our country. How many of our children have to be poisoned before we take action. Start raising hell with the Whute House! This lays all on Biden’s shoulders. Trump had our borders secured. White House phone: 1-202-456-1111

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