CROSBY -- A search warrant executed at a rural Crosby home Monday uncovered numerous firearms, methamphetamine and marijuana, said Crow Wing County Sheriff Eric Klang.
Klang said the search warrant was a result of several telephone calls about the home. The warrant was executed about 5 p.m. by officers from the Lakes Area Drug Investigative Division and the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Tactical Team. A 44-year-old Crosby man, who was the homeowner, and a 33-year-old man, whose address was unknown, were arrested.
Along with several firearms, Klang said officers found marijuana plants and between 6-9 grams of meth. Klang said meth was being sold from the house, which is located on Raider Court, north of Crosby.
The 44-year-old is being held in the Crow Wing County Jail on probation violation, weapon possession, possession of a controlled substance and sale of a controlled substance. Formal charges have yet to be filed by the Crow Wing County attorney's office.
The 33-year-old man was wanted on warrants from two other counties. He was transferred from the Crow Wing County jail into the custody of Hennepin County officials, said Klang.
Assisting in the investigation were the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department, the Crosby Police Department, the Crosby and Brainerd fire departments and Crosby Ambulance.
Anyone who suspects drug activity in their neighborhood is asked to contact the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Department at (218) 829-4749, or their local law enforcement agency.
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