WESTOVER, W.Va. (WBOY) — Four individuals have been arrested after the Westover Police Department found multiple narcotics in a Westover residence, per a release.

On Wednesday, March 8, around 12 a.m., officers received information from a cooperating source that claimed illegal narcotics were being sold at 111 Western Avenue in Westover. The officers conducted an investigation and received a qualifying amount of information to obtain a search warrant from the Monongalia Magistrate.

Officers from the Westover and Granville Police Departments executed the search warrant at approximately 2 a.m. on March 8. Per a release, the officers located approximately 21.8 grams of methamphetamine, approximately 7.5 grams of a cocaine-fentanyl mixture, several scales, small plastic bags and financial paperwork. No guns or cash were seized.

Joshua Strobel and Courtney Carubia were arrested for possession with intent to distribute drugs and conspiracy. Timothy Strobel was arrested for conspiracy. Lutz Adamczyk was charged on an outstanding warrant from a domestic incident. No photo was available for Carubia.

* Police initially reported that Lutz had been charged with possession with intent in their release. However, they have since confirmed he was only charged as a result of an outstanding warrant.