Handguns, rifles, drugs — even tractors — were seized Tuesday after Rogers County authorities searched a rural Oologah residence.

Investigators arrested a couple and removed three children from the home following a week-long investigation into stolen property from three counties,

Jose Elais Mondragon, 35, and Maria Jaimes, 31, were booked into the Rogers County Jail on charges of knowingly concealing stolen property, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, trafficking metham-

phetamine and trafficking cocaine.

Chief Investigator Darrin Hester, as well as investigators Joe Garber and Brian Buchfink worked with Tulsa detectives in reference to several reports of stolen property from Tulsa, Rogers and Osage counties.

“We investigated the cases for a week and served a search warrant at the residence Tuesday morning where we recovered numerous items,” Hester said.

Inside the house, located at 15400 S. 4065 Road, authorities found nine pounds of bricked marijuana, approximately two pounds of methamphetamine, one pound of bricked cocaine, 14 handguns, 11 rifles, computers, car stereos, digital cameras, video cameras, cell phones and a large amount of cash. Drug packaging devices were also located inside the home.

According to Hester, the marijuana has a street value of approximately $10,000, the meth is valued at $30,000 and the brick of cocaine has a street value of $10,000.

Upon searching a “barn” at the property, Hester said they recovered two John Deere tractors, flatbed trailers, cargo trailers, lawn mowers, weed eaters, hand and power tools, leaf blowers, chainsaws and other large items that are believed to be stolen.

“We loaded all the big items onto the stolen trailers and brought them in,” Hester said.

Some of the stolen items have already been identified through reports made from victims of theft. However, Hester said the search of reports may take days for each item.

“Sometimes we don’t get any information back right away on the items,” he said.