By: Patti Weaver
(Stillwater, Okla.) — A 62-year-old Perry man jailed on $35,000 bail has been ordered to appear before a Payne County judge this afternoon on a charge of possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute in Stillwater.
Former Cushing resident Robert Wayne Fancher was arrested following an undercover drug investigation on Craigslist in which Stillwater Police Officer Josh Carson posed as a woman wanting the drug, an affidavit alleged.
The Stillwater officer wrote in his affidavit, “I have made numerous arrests meeting individuals that are involved in illegal drug activity using Craigslist.”
On the Stillwater, Ok. Craigslist page, “I observed an ad that stated, ‘Spun Fun for a female,'” the officer alleged in his affidavit.
“Spun Fun’ is a common term used by people involved with methamphetamine that means they would like to get intoxicated on methamphetamine and engage in sexual activity,” according to the affidavit.
“I replied to the message and a short time later I received an email message from a male that told me his name was ‘Wayne.’
“I told Wayne I was a 38-year-old woman and would like him to bring me methamphetamine. ‘Wayne’ stated he was picking up methamphetamine and would come and pick me up later in the day, so we could smoke methamphetamine together and engage in sexual activity,” the Stillwater officer alleged in his affidavit.
“‘Wayne’ sent me a picture of himself and told me he would be driving a black Honda Accord to pick me up…Wayne stated he was picking up ‘Good Cold Ice Cream’ so we could share it when he came to get me. ‘Ice Cream’ is a street term used for methamphetamine,” the Stillwater officer alleged in his affidavit.
“I agreed to meet ‘Wayne’ at the library at 1107 S. Duck and to accompany him to a hotel room for the evening,” the Stillwater officer alleged in his affidavit.
Fancher was arrested at the library at 7:43 p.m. on March 13, according to the affidavit.
If convicted of possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute, Fancher could be given as much as a seven-year prison term and a $100,000 fine, court records show.