UPDATE: Wed 2:28 PM, Mar 26, 2014
The Marathon County Sheriff's Department said they have detained three people in connection to a stolen weapons case from Price County.
According to a press release, deputies from the Price and Marathon County Sheriff's Department, along with members of the SWAT team executed a search warrant at a home on the 300 block of Seymour Street on Monday.
The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says 11 rifles, one shotgun, one crossbow, ammunition and drug paraphernalia were seized. Investigators say the weapons were stolen during a Price Co. burglary.
Investigators say they were searching for the stolen firearms on March 17 when they executed a search warrant at a home on the 4200 block of County Highway DD in Birnamwood. No weapons were located. But the owner was arrested on drug charges.
ORIGINAL STORY: Fri 3:33 PM, Mar 21, 2014
Investigators say they were searching for stolen firearms when they executed a search warrant at a home on the 4200 block of County Highway DD in Birnamwood Wednesday afternoon.
The warrant was signed by a Price County judge to seize firearms and ammunition believed to have been stolen from their jurisdiction.
A witness tells NewsChannel a portion of Highway DD was closed as officers remained on scene.
Investigators say they found nearly $6,000, and hundreds of grams of marijuana.
One of the home's tenants, Dustan Truax was arrested.
He was formally charged Friday with maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Investigators say no weapons were found during the search.
Truax remains behind bars on the Marathon County jail. He'll return to court next week.
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