Two men are in custody after a search warrant of a Prince Albert home led police to find drugs and shotguns.
According to police, last Friday, the Prince Albert combined forces special enforcement unit and the SWAT team were called in to search the home in the 700-block of Second Street East.
During the search, police uncovered a Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun, a Winchester 12-gauge shotgun, ammunition and a small amount of methamphetamine.
Daniel Merasty, 19, and Kirk McDonald, 20, of Prince Albert are both facing various gun-related charges, including: possession of a firearm while prohibited, storing a firearm in a careless manner and unauthorized possession of a firearm for a reason dangerous to the public.
Merasty also had two outstanding arrest warrants for witness intimidation and attempting to obstruct justice.
McDonald is also charged with possession of methamphetamine and three counts of breach of recognizance.
Both men are set to appear in Prince Albert provincial court on Monday.