|Updated: 1/15 9:31 pm
||Published: 1/15 9:25 pm
A suspected drug house was busted in Tahlequah.
FOX23 was was the only station there when the District 27 Drug and Violent Crime Task Force went inside of the home.
The task force arrested Bill Lyman and Johnathan Lyman.
Director of the task force Michael Moore and members of surrounding agencies said serving warrants is a big part of their job.
"This is getting dope off the streets. This is what we do," said Matt Young, District 27 Drug and Violent Crime Task Force.
Inside the home, authorities found plants that appeared to be weed and baggies full of seeds that appeared to be marijuana seeds. These drugs will be tested at a lab.
Several guns were also found inside the home.
"I've never served a search warrant and not found stolen guns. That's the money, that's what they get to buy the dope by kicking in your door," said Moore.
Officers told FOX23 they found 17 guns. Now they have to check all of the serial numbers to see if any of them were stolen.
Moore said that this operation took some team effort from the DA, Cherokee National Marshalls, Adair County Sheriff's Office, Tahlequah Police Department, Sequoyah County and the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office.