Illegal drug traffickers busted in Sequoyah County stop
Officials in Sequoyah County took two more illegal drug traffickers off the streets Monday afternoon.
According to the new public information feature on the Sheriff's website, Rico Earl Wallace and William Dipasuqale, of Tulsa, were arrested and booked into the Sequoyah County Detention Center after 2:00 PM, each on a charge of Trafficking in Illegal Drugs.
Today in Fort Smith attempted to reach out to the Sequoyah County Sheriff's office about the type of drugs trafficked and any potential court dates, however no one was available.
In the state of Oklahoma, drug trafficking penalties can carry a penalty of 4 to 10 years, or a maximum of life imprisonment.