LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) - Two men are arrested with weapons, drugs, and cash after a two-year investigation by the Campbell Police Department.
Early Thursday morning, Campbell investigators, members of the West Central MEG Unit, and the La Crosse Police Department's Emergency Response Team, executed a search warrant at a home at 1008 6th St. South in La Crosse.
Arrested were Marcus Neff, 23, and Jon Holbrook, 38.
Neff was taken into custody for possession of THC with intent to deliver and maintaining a drug trafficking place.
Holbrook was apprehended on charges of felon in possession of a firearm, possession of cocaine and MDMA, and a probation violation.
Inside the residence, officers found six pounds of marijuana, butane hash oil, cocaine, and more than 200 packages of THC edibles.
A number of weapons were seized including three AR-15 style rifles with high capacity magazines, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, handguns, a rifle, and a flamethrower.
They also found more than $11,000 in cash.
Both men are currently in the La Crosse County Jail.