A search warrant on a residence in Washington has resulted in the arrest of three people.
The McClain County Sheriff’s Department served the warrant at 221 Turner, a residence that had been under surveillance, after information was received about stolen property.
The warrant was served October 1 after deputy Brian Murrell made two arrests the day before after stopping a truck hauling four motorcycles that had come from the residence.
After confirming two of the motorcycles were indeed stolen, Curtis Johnson and Shannon Bollenbach were arrested and charged with knowingly concealing stolen property.
Brandon Floyd, the lessee at 221 Turner, was arrested October 1 on a warrant for auto theft out of McClain County stemming from an incident in July.
A team of deputies and investigators conducted a search of the property yielding stolen property, including a gun, a large quantity of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Floyd is facing additional charges of knowingly concealing stolen property, possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Sheriff Department officials report additional charges may be forthcoming.
Bollenbach has been released on bond. Floyd and Johnson are currently being held in the McClain County Detention Center.
McClain County Sheriff Detective Curtis Albertson reports the investigation is on-going.