ALMA — Four Bacon Countians were arrested Thursday on drug charges after a search warrant was executed at a Pine Level Church Road house, said Bacon County Sheriff Richard Foskey.
Bacon County deputies executed the search warrant about 2:30 a.m. Thursday at 756 Pine Level Church Road, said Foskey.
Deputies seized approximately 24 ounces of suspected crystal methamphetamine, said Foskey.
Several sets of digital scales, packaging materials, a sawed off shotgun, an SKS assault rifle, an altered Glock 9mm pistol and a Jimenez Arms .380-caliber pistol were also recovered from the scene, the sheriff said.
Two suspected marijuana plants were found growing at the edge of the property, the sheriff said.
Arrested and charged were:
•Angela Michelle Gonzalez, 24, charged with trafficking in methamphetamine (more than 400 grams), criminal use of an article with altered ID and possession of a sawed off shotgun, said Foskey.
•Pedro Gonzales, 23, charged with trafficking in methamphetamine (more than 400 grams), criminal use of an article with altered ID and possession of a sawed off shotgun, the sheriff said.
•Andreas Gonzales, 23, charged with trafficking in methamphetamine (more than 400 grams), criminal use of an article with altered ID and possession of a sawed off shotgun, the sheriff said.
•Victor Gustavo Garcia-Martinez, charged with manufacturing marijuana, Foskey said.
All four are currently incarcerated in the Bacon County Jail.
Foskey reminds residents of Bacon County that citizens can report illegal drug activity by calling the sheriff’s office at 632-2658. Callers may remain anonymous.
Foskey thanked Alma Police Chief Michael Leslie and his officers for their assistance in the case.