As stated by Sheriff Scott Walton, an earlier tip this year about a “party house” in Sequoyah, a small community just outside of Claremore led to the arrest of six people on Tuesday night.
Deputies got an information in April about a house near Sequoyah High School that was serving as a “party house” for teens, according to Walton. When the information turned out to be true, deputies served a search warrant and arrested six people.
Walton also said investigators determined marijuana was being sold at the home. More than 170 grams of marijuana, scales, baggies, and paraphernalia were hidden in one of the children’s beds under the covers was discovered by investigators. They also discovered $5,000 in the home.
Brayden Remund, Trenton Basks, Ryan Woods and Daniel Cowen are between the ages of 18 and 20 years old but two people, the aunt of one of the suspects and her boyfriend, are older. They are identified as 39-year-old Lori Remund and 41-year-old Mario Wamago.
The couple also had four younger children living in the home. Two were Remund’s children and the other two were foster children. The foster children have been taken away and Remund’s children are in the care of family members pending a DHS investigation.
All six face several charges including distributing a large amount of high-grade marijuana. Remund and Wamago also face charges of child neglect, maintaining a dwelling where drugs are kept and contributing to minors.