BPD seizes money, drugs, firearms in search warrant – Examiner Enterprise

The Bartlesville Police Department arrested two people Wednesday after a search warrant led to the discovery of $30,000 worth of fentanyl, nine guns and $13,000 cash, according to a BPD Facebook post.
Cody Atkins and Shawnteria Thompson were arrested on several charges after the search of a home on the 1300 block of Keeler Ave.
Atkins, whose bond was set at $500,000, is charged with aggravated illegal drug trafficking, acquiring proceeds from drug activity, possession of a firearm in commission of a felony, maintaining a place for the keeping and selling of a controlled substance, tampering with a security system and child neglect, according to court records.
Thompson, whose bond was set at $50,000, is charged with illegal drug trafficking, possession of a firearm in commisison of a felony, tampering with a security system and child neglect, according to court records.
Atkins was previously arrested twice in June 2021, once for public intoxication and possession of oxycodone and once for trafficking fentanyl, possession of a stolen firearm and endangering a child by producing a controlled dangerous substance in their presence. 
He was also arrested in 2018 for domestic abuse, in 2009 for breaking and entering and received a DUI in Tulsa County in 2015.
Thompson has a less lengthy history with the courts, with her record reflecting a couple of money judgments in small claims court. 
BPD posted on Facebook Jan. 27 about a civil asset forfeiture case of thousands of dollars the department suspected to be drug dealing proceeds. Charges have yet to be filed in that case.

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