On Sunday, May 19, the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, assisted by the Seminole Police Department and District 22 Drug and Violent Crime Task Force, culminated an investigation into Billy Max Hill, 75, from Seminole.

Hill was arrested previously on Feb 19 by the Seminole Police Department for possession of approximately 1 pound of methamphetamine and $35,000 in US currency. He bonded out of the Seminole County Jail on these charges.

The investigation continued into Hill and potential illegal activities.

Sunday, Seminole PD reports Hill was stopped by an Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Agent in Seminole near the intersection of Highway 3 and Goodhope Road. The agent deployed his police service dog around the vehicle he was driving for a free air sniff. The dog alerted to an odor of illegal drugs.

The agent subsequently searched the vehicle and discovered approximately 2 pounds of methamphetamine and $3,600 in currency.

Hill was booked into the Seminole County Jail on complaints of Aggravated Trafficking of Methamphetamine. Formal charges have not been filed.