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Traffic Stop for MCSO Produces Trafficking Charges

Sheriff Darin Rogers’ office made yet another drug trafficking arrest on March 20.
Deputy Mike Woods and his K-9 partner Max spent the evening on Highway 7 in rural Murray County when they came into contact with a silver sedan stopped in the middle of the highway. During the initial contact Deputy Woods noticed the driver appeared to be intoxicated to the point he was unable to clearly speak. Deputy Woods detained the driver, Terrence L. Bagby, 49, of Ardmore.
After deploying his K-9 partner Max, a positive indication was given by the dog on the vehicle and a search was initiated. Deputy Woods lists he located a softball sized bundle of drugs near the console of the sedan Bagby had been attempting to operate. Inside the bag, Deputy Woods located over half pound of what later field tested to be crystal methamphetamine and 4 grams of powder cocaine.
In addition, Deputy Woods located 3 small glass vials containing a suspicious liquid, presumed to be PCP that was sent to OSBI lab for testing. Bagby was transported to the Murray County Jail for booking. He was charged in the District Court of Murray County on March 21 for Trafficking Methamphetamine After Former Felony Conviction (AFCF) his bond was set at $100,000. Bagby was released hours after his initial appearance by posting bond. His preliminary conference hearing is set for April 4.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, Bagby appears to be no stranger to Muray County. Court records show he has been charged in Murray County Courts in 2023 for DUI (drugs) and driving under suspension. Bagby was also seen in Murray County days after his arrest, according to officers involved in this now ongoing investigation.
Sheriff Darin Rogers wants to thank everyone involved in this case. Sheriff Rogers urges the citizens of this great county to report any suspicious activity to Murray County 911 at (580) 622-3918.

TRAFFICKING METHAMPHETAMINE charges were handed down at the Murray County Courthouse to an Ardmore man after a traffic stop in Murray County. The man is out of jail after posting an $100,000 bond.

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