A gate inspection Thursday at Tinker Air Pressure Base printed 715 kilos of uncooked marijuana in addition to 1000’s of packing containers of marijuana oil.
The driving force used to be recognized as Ashot Grigoryan, 59. He used to be on probation in Missouri on a prior trafficking case, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics spokesman Mark Woodward mentioned.
On Thursday, a narcotics agent on army responsibility with the Air Pressure inspected the tractor-trailer, which printed duffel baggage and 35 containers of marijuana and oil, he mentioned.
The marijuana, which investigators suppose used to be being trafficked from Pasadena, Calif. to New Jersey, used to be hidden amongst about $25,000 price of frozen rooster, Woodward mentioned.
Grigoryan used to be booked into the Oklahoma County prison on court cases of trafficking in a managed unhealthy substance and keeping up a automobile for drug process, Woodward mentioned.
Grigoryan used to be launched on $45,000 bail, jailers mentioned.