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Two years later drug offenders' sentences vary with time served

Official: "It's important that we send a strong message to those person who were arrested...that there is a stiff penalty associated with it"

By Salesha Wilken
The Claremore Daily Progress

CLAREMORE — Almost two years ago, law enforcement officers from 14 agencies came together on Jan. 14, 2011 to make the largest drug bust in Oklahoma history. The effort resulted in the arrest and convictions of more than 69 different individuals.

The Claremore Police Department worked for more than five months on the investigation.

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