Odor alerts officers serving arrest warrant
September 10, 2017
Officers were serving a felony arrest warrant in Waynoka when they noticed a suspicious odor at the front door. According to court documents, Woods County Deputy Adam Honeyman, accompanied by Waynoka Police Chief Ted Woodhead, went to a residence on Lincoln Street about 11:45 p.m. on Aug. 18 to serve an arrest warrant on Jalen Slater.
When Slater opened the door, Honeyman said he smelled a strong odor of marijuana. Slater led him to a bedroom and handed him a small portion of marijuana. Honeyman saw two smoking devices and two grinders. He could also see other pipes, a digital scale and pla...