Tulsa postal workers intercepted meth packages in an alleged drug conspiracy operation

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TULSA COUNTY, Okla. – Four were charged in the federal Northern District of Oklahoma with drug conspiracy that involved an alleged drug dealer and three Tulsa County postal workers.

Diligent evidence gathering and intel ultimately led to the identification of four suspects involved in the alleged drug distribution scheme that reportedly used the U.S. Postal Service system to assist the drug operation.

Tulsa locals Kamau Jahi Williams, 42, Erick Scott, 49, and Christine Conner, 54, were among the indicted along with Shawn Boike, 46, of Skiatook.

According to reports, the conspirators began their operation back in December of 2019, purportedly distributing at least 500 grams of meth. 

Williams, a presumed drug dealer, is said to be the head of the meth scheme.

Williams reportedly sought the support of the three postal workers serving the USPS office on Apache Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma to execute the drug distribution plan.

Authorities say Williams’s supply source, located in California, shipped meth to an abandoned property in Tulsa.

Scott, Conner, and Boike’s roles involved grabbing ahold of the drug shipments upon arrival at the post office prior to delivery to the abandoned building.

The investigation claims that Scott, Conner, and Boike would stamp the drug shipments as delivered and then hand over the meth directly to Williams.

The joint investigation included the Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and Tulsa Police Department. (Tulsa World / Image courtesy of Google Street View)

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