The Arnegard police and the Northwest Narcotics Task Force executed a search warrant Friday at a home that led to drug charges against four people.
Officers searched a home in the 200 block of Madison Street in Arnegard and a camper trailer on the property, according to a news release from the Arnegard Police Department.
“This is the culmination of two recent arrests related to drug activity, with arrests dating back to 2014 and all being connected to activity at (the property),” Travis Bateman of the Arnegard police said.
The two arrests happened in May and June, and led to two men — David Rodabaugh, 46, and Donald Beale II, 36 — being charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver. Rodabaugh was ordered held on $25,000 bond, and Beale was held on $30,000 bond.
Investigations led to the search warrants at the property, according to the news release. During the search, police arrested Robert Doggett, 36, and Jayden Smith, 19.
Police said the pair were each being charged with a class A misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Those charges had not been filed in Northwest District Court on Monday afternoon.
Donald Beale II and Scott Beale, 30, were also being charged felony possession of drug paraphernalia charges, according to the news release. Those charges had not yet been filed Monday.
The home was declared dangerous by both the Arnegard building inspector and the city’s fire chief, police said.
“The Arnegard building inspector and the Arnegard Fire Chief conducted inspections of the home and determined that the building presents an inherent risk to the well-being of anyone that enters or resides in it due to chemicals present, trash collecting, insects and varmints, mold on walls and throughout home, electrical dangers, animal and human excrement, unsound structure concerns, and fire code violations,” Bateman wrote in the news release.