Two people have been arrested by deputies with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department on drug charges in Worthington.
According to deputies, they were serving a search warrant at a residence on New Hill Road that Timothy McCullough, 36, and Chasity Arnold, 22, were inhabiting when they observed a safe-style lock box in the basement area.
According to deputies, the box was marked with graffiti style writing, including a swastika, and had scales, 6 grams of meth, and baggies inside of it.
Deputies say they also discovered a .22 caliber semi-automatic handgun, and another box containing marijuana and other drug paraphernalia.
Deputies also said that Arnold and McCullough told deputies that the safe belonged to someone else.
According to deputies, a 2008 Toyota Tacoma was also discovered in the garage of the residence, which was determined to be stolen from Parden City.
McCullough and Arnold are both charged with possession with intent to deliver meth.