Polson drug bust leads to multiple arrests
Another Polson drug bust landed nine people in handcuffs Friday. Police say it was the result of a two-month long investigation and they rescued several animals from the home because of what they call an "atrocious environment" inside.
In a release, the Polson Police Department says they "executed a residential search warrant at 1008 2nd Street East. This was the third time this year a warrant service was carried out at this residence for drug activity. The searched yielded prescription pills and numerous items of meth, heroin, and marijuana paraphernalia such as pipes, syringes, and plastic baggies containing drug residue. No children were found inside the home. Numerous animals were also rescued from the home due to the atrocious environment inside the residence."
The search warrant led police to arrest nine people on drug charges. One woman also faces six counts of animal cruelty charges.