An investigation into alleged drug activity Wednesday in southeast Pine Bluff resulted in the arrest of three people after suspected marijuana and weapons were allegedly found in a house they were in.

An investigation into alleged drug activity Wednesday in southeast Pine Bluff resulted in the arrest of three people after suspected marijuana and weapons were allegedly found in a house they were in.

Raydarric Phillips, 20, Carl Rabun, 29, and Lasherri Tyson, 29, were taken into custody when police vice and narcotics officers and the Tri-County Drug Task Force served a search warrant at 3:54 p.m at 316 W. 35th Ave.

Deputy Prosecutor Karres Manning said when officers arrived, Tyson was seen getting out of a white Cadillac and going into the house, and when she and Rabun walked back outside, they were arrested.

Detective Kenneth Evans reported that Phillips was found in a bedroom, and officers located a set of black digital scales in that bedroom.

They found a .38-caliber handgun inside a china cabinet and also located a .12-gauge shotgun in the house, Manning said.

Evans reported that investigators found a gallon-size bag containing a green vegetable substance believed to be marijuana in the living room and a blue bag containing a green vegetable substance in the southeast bedroom. The substance tested positive for THC and weighed a total of 6 ounces.

Manning said none of the three had prior felony convictions, although Tyson appeared to have a warrant pending in Lincoln County.

At Manningís request, Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $10,000 bond for each of the three after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge them with possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms.

Rabun said he would hire his own attorney and Kearney appointed the Public Defenderís Office to represent Phillips and Tyson. All three were told to come back to court May 25.