IRONTON, Ohio (WSAZ) -- One person was arrested in a drug raid early Thursday morning.
According to the Lawrence County, Ohio Prosecutor's Office, law enforcement raided a home on North Sixth Street in Ironton about 6 a.m.
The raid was the result of an investigation into trafficking complaints at the home.
Joshua M. Johnson, 26, was arrested.
Officers found firearms, Oxycodone, Xanax, nine pounds of marijuana and $10,464 in cash in Johnson's home.
Felony charges will be filed against Johnson, including aggravated trafficking in drugs, trafficking in marijuana, possession of criminal tools and drug possession.
The Lawrence Drug and Major Crimes Task Force, Lawrence County Prosecutor's Office, Lawrence County Sheriff, and Ironton Police Department worked together on the raid.