PRICHARD, Ala. (WALA) - Saraland police arrested two Prichard residents on drug charges.
Saraland Narcotics unit officers arrested Ceaser Kidd and Tearrini Martin on various drug charges at their home in Prichard after executing a search warrant on May 19.
Police said they seized seven pounds of pot, a handgun, about $2,000 and an AK-47 from the Prichard home Saturday.
FOX10 wanted to know why Saraland authorities were doing police work in Prichard. Cpl. Arlan Gaines didn't reveal a lot of details but said a Saraland arrest lead to the drug bust in Prichard.
"Over time, it pointed to these subjects here in this residence and that was supposedly supplying the marijuana," said Gaines.
No word on why the Prichard police didn't make the arrest.
A property owner on Haig Street, who didn't want to be identified, told FOX10 News he wasn't surprised to hear about drug activity in the neighborhood.
"It blows my mind every time I come over here," he said
Now with guns and suspected drug dealers off the street, the neighborhood could see better days, like the property owner remembers.
"It was a wonderful place to grow up," he said.
Kidd and Martin are charged with trafficking marijuana, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
The suspects bonds are set at about $30,000 between the two of them.