Tulsa woman sentenced for conspiracy to distribute meth

Bag of meth (Photo: FBI/MGN)

The U.S. Attorney's Office says a Tulsa woman was sentenced Thursday for conspiring to distribute methamphetamine, two counts of possession with intent to distribute, and for maintaining a drug-involved property.

Amy Lee Davis, 38, was sentenced to 210 months in federal prison for her role as the primary source of supply in a Tulsa meth distribution operation.

“Amy Davis was a ‘top-tier’ trafficker who funneled 20 pounds of methamphetamine into Tulsa and the surrounding communities,” said U.S. Attorney Trent Shores. “Meth continues to be the top problem drug for Oklahomans. I’m proud of the agents and prosecutors who shut down a supplier like Davis. The relentless efforts of the DEA, Tulsa Police Department, and Assistant U.S. Attorneys culminated in a just result in the courtroom.”

During the investigation, officers with the Tulsa Police Department’s Special Investigations Division discovered that Davis consistently supplied a group of drug dealers with pound quantities of meth for distribution and was suspected of routinely traveling to Oklahoma City in order to re-up her supply of the drug.

She was further found to have maintained a commercial property in Tulsa where she regularly stored and sold the drug.