A cache of drugs and firearms were seized in a multi-agency search warrant this week.

The district attorney's STOP task force, which included officers with Claremore Police Department and Rogers County Sheriff's Office, along with the agents with the Office of the Inspector General served a warrant at a residence on South Hackamore Road in Claremore.

Inside the residence, law enforcement arrested Laura Campbell, 47, and David Watters, 47.

During execution of the warrant, officers discovered methamphetamine and over 13-pounds of marijuana, that was packaged in zip-lock and vacuum sealed bags.

Records show they also seized approximately half a pound of cocaine and 304 tablets of methylenedioxymethamphetamine—also called MDMA or Ecstasy. An additional 152 tablets of Hydrocodone were seized as well, according to RCSO records.

Five firearms were reportedly located inside the residence. Two of them, a loaded AK47 and a .22 caliber rifle, were said to be in the same room as the marijuana.

RCSO reports that paraphernalia and "equipment used to manufacture marijuana edibles" were also found in the residence.

Both individuals are facing multiple charges:

•Aggravated trafficking of a controlled dangerous substance, methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, MDMA

•Trafficking a controlled dangerous substance, cocaine

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, cocaine

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, marijuana, with intent to distribute

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, marijuana

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, Hydrocodone, with intent to distribute

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, Hydrocodone

•Possession of a firearm in commission of a felony

•Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, methamphetamine

•Possession of drug paraphernalia

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