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April 16, 2013

Carpenter, Araiza charged with distribution of methanphetamine



The white pickup was later stopped by agents and Araiza was located with help from the Marlow Police Department. Connolly said Araiza claimed to have won the money, which she was keeping in her shoe, at Chisholm Trail Casino but the serial numbers marked the serial numbers of the OBN funds. 
Carpenter and Araiza were transported to Stephens County Jail. 
Carpenter was charged with two counts of distribution of methamphetamine and conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Online court records indicate Araiza was charged with endeavoring to distribute as a supplemental.
They made their first appearance in court Thursday. Bond was set at $100,000 for Carpenter. Araiza was awarded a $50,000 bond. She will appear in court again with Carpenter on May 10 and May 29.

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