Chickasaw County authorities took two people into custody on drug-related charges after searching a Fredericksburg home over the weekend.

Sheriff's deputies and Nashua police executed a search warrant at 109 Water St. early Friday morning (June 15, 2018). Officials said they found a firearm and multiple items used for the distribution of controlled substance were inside the residence, including methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Jacob "Jake" Craun, 22, lived at the home where the search was conducted, authorities said. He was arrested on the following charges: possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver; possession of marijuana with intent to deliver; gathering and promoting a dwelling for the use of controlled substance; possession of a firearm as a drug user; and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Also arrested was Andria McLaughlin, 35, of Fredericksburg. She was booked for maintaining at a dwelling and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Craun and McLaughlin were transported to the Chickasaw County Jail, where they made their initial appearance before a magistrate judge. Bond for Craun was set at $20,300. McLaughlin was released after posting $5,300 bond.