K-9 Deputy arrests out of state driver for trafficking
On 5/3/2022 at approximately 1105 hours Wagoner County Deputy J. Burk, observed a White Ford Explorer traveling northbound on Hwy 69 that appeared to be in the left lane impeding traffic.
Deputy Burk caught up to the white Ford Explorer and observed that the tag was expired. Contact was made with the driver of the vehicle at East 680 Road and U.S. Highway 69, North of the Wagoner area. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Penny Feucht of Racing, Wisconsin. As Deputy Burk was speaking with Penny, a strong odor consistent with the smell of Marijuana was emitting from the vehicle.
The driver was asked to exit the vehicle and Deputy Burk deployed his K9 partner ICE. K-9 Deputy ICE alerted to the vehicle right away and jumped in the driver's side window and went to the back seat of the SUV where there were several bags. K-9 ICE was praised for his hard work and placed back into the patrol unit. As Deputy Burk searched the vehicle, he located a total of 6 duffle bags and suitcases full of a green leafy substance that had the smell and consistency of Marijuana.
Penny Feucht was knowingly transporting and in possession of over 25 pounds of Marijuana. Approximately 105 pounds of Marijuana were discovered in the suitcases and bags. The driver did not possess a valid Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Card. Penny Feucht was taken into custody without incident for Trafficking Marijuana. She was transported to the Wagoner County Detention Center and booked into same.