Tulsa County, Okla. — A 20-year-old was arrested in Tulsa County on Thursday, for what quite frankly can only be described as an obscene amount of drugs.
Deputies say they were called by Homeland Security regarding 1,000 tablets of MDMA that had been intercepted while being sent in the mail from the Netherlands.
A sting was then set up and law enforcement waited for Adam Coday to pick up the package from a Broken Arrow post office. Once he did, deputies pulled over his vehicle.
Deputies found the package containing a trafficking amount of MDMA inside his vehicle. Additionally, they recovered a lot more MDMA, cocaine, marijuana, cash and paraphernalia.
We're told they found drugs in a backpack, container, console, pouch and a case inside the vehicle.
While being questioned, Coday was very chatty.
"Coday stated that he has ordered approximately seven previous parcels which contained 1000 MDMA tablets on each order," a deputy said. "That he pays $2400-3500 in U.S. currency on each 1000 tablet order from the Black Web and believes it comes from the Netherlands."
He also wasn't shy about what he did with the drugs.
"Stated the currency in the vehicle was drug proceeds," a deputy said. "That the majority of the tablets usually are sold to one individual, a black male at a local club. Coday sells the remaining tablets to various individuals for $20 per tablet.
He faces counts of trafficking CDS, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
by Michael Purdy
June 4, 2016
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