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On Thursday, May 14, 2020, Atoka Police Officer Taylor Wood arrived at the Extended Stay located at 323 West Sixth Street due to a report of a gold PT Crusier, parked in the alley-way, with items being loaded into the vehicle from the Extended Stay.
When Officer Wood arrived at the Extended Stay he located the Crusier parked in the alley between Montana Street and Oregon Street.
The officer entered the Extended Stay in an attempt to locate anyone inside the building.
Atoka Police Officer Derik Franklin and Sergeant Jimmy Taylor arrived on scene to assist.
Officer Franklin located a male subject, identified as Daniel Sanders, 33, of Atoka, exiting a window located on the North side of the building. After checking, it was confirmed that Sanders had a warrant for larceny.
Officer Franklin advised Officer Wood that a female, Nicole Teague, 27, of Atoka, would also be inside the building.
Officer Wood reentered the building through an open door located on the Northeast side. As he entered the building, a cell phone began ringing inside one of the rooms.
Located inside the room was a silver purse in the corner of the room in a chair, next to the purse was a silver spoon with a crystal-like substance, and a hypodermic needle, with an unknown liquid inside, next to the spoon.
The officer continued to search the room for the ringing cellphone. Teague was located hiding behind the bathroom door.
Both Teague and Sanders were transported to the Atoka County Jail for processing.
Sanders is charged with breaking and entering with unlawful intent, (misdemeanor). Teague is charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, (misdemeanor), unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, (misdemeanor), and breaking and entering with unlawful intent, (misdemeanor).