All righty then, here's the Carter County meth arrest data. The total population of Carter County per 2012 US Census estimates is 48,085 souls. Its major population centers are: Ardmore: 24,677 Lone Grove: 5,139 Healdton: 2,787 Wilson: 1,729 Dickson: 1,230 Carter County covers 834 square miles, which breaks down to about 57.65 people per square mile. Go here and scroll down to the very last chart on the very last page: http://www.okruralhealthworks.org/PDFWEB/AE-13081.pdf This chart shows Arrests By Category according to the OSBI's Uniform Crime Report. Pay attention to the Rate per 1,000 numbers, and compare Carter County's on the left with the statewide Oklahoma numbers on the right. Total juvenile arrests per 1,000 were 17.5 in Carter County in 2011, compared to 20.4 statewide. Total adult arrests per 1,000 were 71.7 in Carter County in 2011, compared to 49.4 statewide. Summary of felony drug arrests by LE jurisdiction from January 1, 2013 through today's date, a period of about 13 months: Carter County SO: 31 total, 19 meth-related offenses OHP: 7 total, 1 meth-related offense OBNDD: 6 total, 1 meth-related offense (Endeavoring to Manufacture) Office of Juvenile Affairs: 1 total, 0 meth-related offenses Parks & Recreation: 1 total, 0 meth-related offenses OSBI: 12 total, 6 meth-related offenses Ardmore PD: 190 total, 99 meth-related offenses (3 for Endeavoring to Manufacture) Dickson PD: 5 total, 3 meth-related offenses Healdton PD: 3 total, all for possession of meth Lone Grove PD: 8 total, 5 meth-related offenses Wilson PD: 16 total, 12 meth-related offenses (2 for Endeavoring to Manufacture) Lighthorse PD: 4 total, all for possession of meth Carter County has five times the population of Love County, and also has the city of Ardmore, which was recently named the most violent city in Oklahoma, according to the FBI. There were only six arrests for manufacturing meth in Carter County during this 13-month period, a number that leaves me less than impressed.