›› Oklahoma: Drug
The principal drug of concern in the State of Oklahoma is meth. The meth in
Oklahoma is produced in Mexico and the Southwest United States as well as
locally. Crack cocaine is a significant problem in the urban areas of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma also serves as a transshipment point for drugs being transported
to the eastern United States.
Cocaine continues to be readily available throughout Oklahoma. Mexican
polydrug traffickers dealing in marijuana and methamphetamine bring some
of the cocaine into the state. Much of the cocaine in Oklahoma is converted
into crack cocaine and sold locally at street level.
Black Tar heroin is available in limited quantities near the metropolitan areas
in Oklahoma. It is rare to encounter brown or white heroin, though in rare
instances, "white" heroin
from Colombia has been seen. The demand for heroin has declined in the recent
Meth is the primary drug of choice in Oklahoma. Most of the methamphetamine
in the state is brought in by Hispanic organizations via motor vehicles,
commercial airlines, and mail delivery services. Small "mom
and pop" labs continue to be a significant problem throughout Oklahoma.
- Club Drugs
The state of Oklahoma is seeing an increase in the abuse of "club
drugs," such as MDMA and GHB.
Marijuana is readily available in all areas of Oklahoma, and is the main illegal
drug of abuse in the state. The marijuana in Oklahoma is generally imported
from Mexico along with other illegal drugs.