Detectives with the Sixth District Attorney’s Office Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force issued a warrant Tuesday for a Duncan man accused of distributing drugs.
According to On Demand Court Records, Shawn Thomas Dean Bailey is wanted on four charges of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance, second and subsequent.
Affidavits obtained from the Stephens County Courthouse indicate the detective, on three separate dates, linked up with a community informant, who purchased methamphetamine from Bailey and delivered it back to the detective.
On April 2, 2019, the purchase included $40 and the transaction allegedly occurred in the 1400 block of S. 3rd Street. An amount obtained was not included in the affidavit, though the drugs were handed over to the detective working the case.
The second purchase occurred on April 3, 2019, at an apartment complex in Duncan. Again, the transaction totaled $40, and the obtained drugs were turned in to the detective though an amount was not listed.
The third purchase came several days later on April 11, 2019 at the same location as the first purchase. Again, the transaction totaled $40, which yielded two grams of the substance, which was turned over to the detective.
On each incident, the substance field tested positive for methamphetamine and the drugs were sent to Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for chemical analysis.
Bailey is wanted on a $10,000 felony bond. Bailey’s original charges date back to 2016, when he first racked up offenses including possession of controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute after a former felony conviction and possession of a firearm after delinquent adjudication.