stacy arrest

Henryetta police officers responding to a disturbance call wound up getting three semi-automatic pistols and a sawed-off shotgun off the street as well as a quantity of drugs.
Police were called to First and Main late Monday night and found Timothy Stacy II arguing with his girl friend.
timothy stacyPolice chief Steve Norman said during the contact, a pistol magazine fell to the ground. After handcuffing Stacy, police found the weapons, ammunition, two bullet proof vests and drugs including nearly 1.5 ounces methamphetamines.
The 32-year-old Stacy was arrested for a number of charges including being a felon in possession of a firearm. He has had several convictions.
“Officer Joey Trujillo and K9 Sgt. Theran Richards did an excellent job getting more guns and drugs off the streets. Our officers have made several large drug seizures lately and anticipate more,” the police chief said.
This was the latest drug seizure for police. Last month a traffic stop resulted in an arrest and confiscation of nearly four ounces of methampthemines. In October, three people were jailed by Henryetta officers on drug-related charges.
The police chief said recent decriminalization of some drug possession charges, “opened the flood gates for drug abuse without consequences. 780 was an absolute failure. The citizens must contact their senators and Governor and get this bill modified before overdoses in Oklahoma become out of control.”
Norman said public apathy toward law enforcement in recent years has also become a problem for police.
“We have had positions opened for nearly year that we struggle to fill. The community and police must work together for a common goal, the safety of our community.”