Two people were recently arrested in Flower Mound on narcotics charges, and police discovered drugs, weapons, cash and fraudulent credit cards at their home.
According to a press release issued Wednesday, police executed a search warrant Sept. 27 in the 1500 block of Rustic Timbers Lane.
Police arrested Don Carlando Walker, 33, on three THC manufacture/delivery charges and a charge of an unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Police also arrested Whitney Jackson McMillan, 33, on three THC manufacture/delivery charges and an on-view charge of THC possession.
Police discovered and seized two pistols, a rifle, more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition, approximately $8,300 in cash and more than 100 fraudulent credit cards, according to the press release.
Capt. Shane Jennings of FMPD said Walker and McMillan have lived at the house since January. He said there is no evidence the two suspects manufactured drugs at the home.
Jennings also said there is no evidence to suggest the weapons that were discovered have been used in past crimes and said police are not aware of any future plans by the suspects to use the guns.
Jennings said nothing suggests the fraudulent credit cards belong to Flower Mound residents.