Alleged Meth Dealer Arrested, Found with Large Quantity of Methamphetamine, LIVINGSTON, June 22, 2016 - Detectives with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office initiated a traffic stop on a motorcycle driven by J. Freedom Oxford, 39, of Livingston, who is an alleged methamphetamine dealer in Polk County. A search was conducted of the motorcycle and a large quantity of methamphetamine was found. Oxford was placed under arrest for Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance. This offense is classified as a 1st degree felony. This is Oxford's second arrest for Methamphetamine in the last year. Paperwork is being prepared to be sent to the District Attorney’s Office for seizure of the motorcycle. Sheriff Hammack continues his tough stance on the illegal use and sale of narcotics in Polk County.
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