Police made three arrests Monday and seized guns, dope and stolen goods from a home in the Touchstone neighborhood, where the local narcotics squad and federal agents conducted a raid at a home on Broccoli Drive.

The search warrant served at 305 Broccoli Drive by the Glynn-Brunswick Narcotics Enforcement Team and the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms netted “a large amount of methampetamine,” nine guns and cache of items stolen or believed to be stolen locally, said Brian Scott, the Glynn County Police Department’s Chief of Staff.

Police arrested Charles “Boomer” Walrath, 47, and charged him with four counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and one count each of possession of a sawed-off shotgun, possession of meth with intent to sell and possession of meth with intent to distribute.

Airica Petters, 39, was charged with one count of possession of meth with intent to distribute.

Laura Hinson, 19, was charged with one count of theft by receiving stolen property. All three are Glynn County residents, police said.

The raid resulted from a long-term joint investigation by GBNET and ATF, Scott said. Police are presently poring over the stolen goods and suspected stolen items in an effort to find the rightful owners.

The investigation is ongoing with more charges possible, Scott said. Anyone with information on this incident, or any suspected local drug dealing activity, is asked to call GBNET at 912-554-7550, 912-264-1333.

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