Police arrested two people after they found nearly 250 grams of heroin, nearly 120 grams of meth, fentanyl pills and thousands in cash and guns at an northeast Oklahoma City residence.
Megan Urish and Christopher Roberts were arrested and officers found a child was living alongside them.
The arrest was made while Urish's 7-year-old daughter was there.
"Unfortunately, there was a child inside the residence at the time the search warrant was executed,” Oklahoma City police Sgt. Dillon Quirk said. "Officers received a tip that some illegal activity was going on."
Oklahoma City police said when they arrive to the home on 2600 block of NE 17th Street in Oklahoma City, there was smoke and a "foul odor" coming from the home.
"They located several items of drug paraphernalia, drug proceeds, weapons,” Quirk said.
Roberts told police he smoked heroin before officers walked in.
"They made a couple of arrests on this search warrant," Quirk said.
Both Roberts and Urish were booked on complaints of drug trafficking, weapons violations and child neglect.
Both are in the Oklahoma County jail and face a combined $335,000 bond.