Three Piqua residents were arrested on felony drug charges Sunday night in Quincy following a narcotic enforcement operation.
The Logan County Unified Drug Task Force conducted a traffic stop on Township Road 255.
The driver, James Hughes, 48, was placed under arrest on a warrant for aggravated trafficking in methamphetamine.
Front seat passenger, Danielle Kelzenberg, 52, and back seat passenger, Anthony Howard, 43, were secured and removed from the vehicle.
K9 Thor was deployed and alerted on the vehicle.
A probable cause search was conducted and authorities located 57 grams of methamphetamine and .5 grams of Fentanyl. A loaded 9MM handgun was also found on the floorboard of the back seat, which was easily accessible to Howard.
Hughes was arrested for the warrant.
Howard and Kelzenberg were charged with possession of methamphetamine and trafficking in methamphetamine.
This was the result of an investigation into large amounts of meth being brought into Logan County to be sold.
The Task Force is committed to identifying, investigating, and arresting those responsible for bringing large amounts of narcotics into the county to be sold.