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January 11, 2012

Stillwater pair face drug charges

STILLWATER, Okla. — Felony drug charges filed against two people Wednesday accuse them of possessing LSD, methamphetamine and other drugs and of cultivating marijuana on land along North Perkins Road.

Nathaniel David Gonzalez, 31, and Kendra Jean Jackson, 31, are accused of growing marijuana near their home at 7721 N. Perkins Road, according to information filed in their cases.

Gonzalez is charged with unlawful cultivation of marijuana; possession of a controlled drug without tax stamp affixed; maintaining a house where drugs are kept; unlawful possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute; possession of a firearm after a felony conviction and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jackson is charged with unlawful cultivation of marijuana; possession of a controlled drug without tax stamp affixed; maintaining a house where drugs are kept; and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

Special District Judge Kathy Thomas set bond at $100,000 for Gonzalez and $50,000 for Jackson. Court records indicate they are still in the Payne County Jail.

An agent with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control and Payne County sheriff’s deputies arrested the two Tuesday.

They are accused of having marijuana, LSD, meth, Alprazolam and Ketamine. Alprazolam is a prescription medication used to treat anxiety. Ketamine is a clear liquid used as an anesthetic for humans and animals. It can cause cognitive difficulties such as delirium, amnesia and depression, according to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration website.

Investigators contend they found drug paraphernalia including a grinder containing marijuana, about 20 smoking pipes with drug residue, two bags of meth, large florescent lights, plant fertilizer and digital scales.

Gonzalez is also accused of having a .22-caliber rifle and a 12-gauge shotgun. He was convicted of drug charges in 2002.

They are scheduled to return to court Thursday with attorneys.

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