Police: Four Arrested After 13 Pounds Of Marijuana, Guns, Nearly $11,000 Found In Springdale Home

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SPRINGDALE (KFSM) -- Four Springdale people are facing drug and firearm charges after police found marijuana, cash, pills, and guns while serving a search warrant in a Springdale home on Tuesday (March 28).

Daniel Lane, 23, Rebecca Long, 20, Vaughn Long, 71, and Johnathan Long, 26, are facing charges of possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs and firearms, according to preliminary reports.

The Fourth Judicial District Drug Task Force served a search warrant on an E. Hewitt Springs Road on Tuesday afternoon, the report states. During their search, investigators found about 12 pounds of marijuana, 1.3 pounds of compressed marijuana, five rifles, eight pistols, a shotgun, about $10,800 in cash, drug paraphernalia and hundreds of Oxycodone, Alprazolam, Ocycontin, and Methadone pills.

Corporal Dallas Brashears with the Fayetteville Police Department said it was good to get items like these away from the community.

“It’s hard to measure the amount of crime that you get off the streets when you get this amount of guns, drugs and pills out of neighborhoods and communities in our community," said Brashears. "And that’s the primary goal of our Fourth Judicial Drug Task Force.”

He explained the evidence will be processed and then forwarded to the prosecuting attorney.

Brashears said Lane and the Longs will have their day in court.

The three were taken to the Washington County Detention Center.