Three people were arrested Friday on multiple drug charges after Tulsa County deputies searched a Collinsville home.
Anita Oslin, 46, Dalton Salisbury, 21, and Madeline LaValley, 18, were arrested after deputies completed a search warranted issued for the house near 8th and Main St.
When Deputies drove up to the home, Salisbury and LaValley approached the officer's vehicle. Officers explained they had a warrant, and proceeded into the home.
Officers discovered 5 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, steroids, pill bottles and two animal type syringes inside a room shared by Salisbury and LaValley. Bullets were discovered, but no firearms were found. Pictures of two dogs being abused were also found inside of the room. Salisbury was arrested with multiple drug charges. LaValley was also arrested with multiple drug charges and two counts of cruelty to animals.
Deputies then searched LaVally's mother, Oslin. When officers went inside Oslin's room, they found three young children. Oslin did not respond when officers asked her if she had any drugs. Officers asked the children to leave the room, and began a search. Deputies found drug paraphernalia, pills and cocaine. Oslin was arrested with charges of possession and child endangerment. She has been arrested previously with two drug charges.
The children found inside the home were returned to their parents unharmed.
Officers are still investigating the house.