Soda cans with secret compartments, items used to inhale “adderrall,” a High Times magazine and strip of paper believed to be LSD were seized in an apartment near an Edmond school, police said.
Tuesday afternoon, Edmond Police Officer Kendall Miller responded to 800 Chowning in reference to possible drug activity, according to a report filed by Miller. The apartment is behind Northern Hills Elementary, less than 1,000 feet away, police said in the report released Thursday.
After the officer arrived, he knocked on the front door and one of the residents appeared. As he stood there, the officer could smell a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside the apartment, police said. The resident gave the officer permission to enter, according to the report.
Officer Miller told the resident the Police Department had received a complaint about possible drug activity at this location, police said.
When the officer asked the resident if he had any marijuana in the apartment he hesitated and said he did not but his roommate might, police said. The resident said marijuana had been smoked there the previous night, police said.
Permitted searches produced a long list of drugs and drug-related items (see accompanying list).
Apartment residents David A. Jeffcoats, 23, Derek L. Bartgis, 23, and John A. Skidmore, 23, were arrested, police said Thursday.
Jeffcoats faces complaints of possession of marijuana, LSD (schedule I), Adderall (schedule II), Testosterone (schedule III) and Alparzolam (schedule IV) within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the police incident report.
Bartgis faces complaints of possession of LSD and marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the police report.
Skidmore faces a complaint of possession of LSD within 1,000 feet of a school, according to the police report.
The suspects have not yet been booked into the county jail, according to jail records.