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Oklahoma's Most Wanted: Floyd Cizek

Floyd Art Cizek, 39, is wanted out of Oklahoma County on complaints of possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and driving while privilege suspended. (Oklahoma County Jail)

Each week we feature seven of Oklahoma County's most wanted. One of the seven will be selected by the "Wheel of Justice" to be featured on air. Learn more here.

Floyd Art Cizek, 39, is wanted out of Oklahoma County on complaints of possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and driving while privilege suspended.

He is this week's Oklahoma's Most Wanted suspect after failing to appear in court on those charges.


"He was apparently driving down the road with marijuana, methamphetamine, a handgun, being a convicted felon as well," Mark Opgrande with the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said. "All against the law. In this case, an alert trooper pulled him over."

Court records show on May 16, 2017 an OHP trooper near SW 44 and Villa observed a man driving a GMC Jimmy with and expired tag. The trooper activated his lights and the driver quickly parked and began walking away. The trooper called the man over and identified him as Cizek.

The trooper quickly found that Cizek's license was suspended. While searching his vehicle, authorities allegedly found a metal smoking device containing burnt marijuana residue, a loaded pistol stuffed inside an A/C vent, scales and a handbag covered in a white powder that later tested positive for meth.

The vehicle was impounded and Cizek was arrested. He bonded out May 23 and was charged in Oklahoma County court July 12.

The sheriff's office said there will also be further restrictions after failing to appear in court.

"If you have a failure to appear warrant, when you are arrested you are not afforded bond when you get back into jail," Opgrande said. "What happens is that now you're going to have to go before a judge and the judge will set the bond at that time."

Now, it's a matter of finding where Cizek is at this point.

"A lot of time in these types of warrants they don't necessarily disappear, they're not actively hiding," Opgrande said. "They're just not going to turn themselves in so that becomes our job."

Cizek is described as 5-feet, 6-inches tall and weighing 160 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office at 405-713-1968.

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