drug-arrest-300x300COLUMBIA, Mo. — A felony probation warrant for a Columbia man led to a major drug bust for police.

According to the Columbia Police Department, the warrant was issued for Jordan Smith, 22, of Columbia. Upon arrival, officers noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from an open window. Police say they saw Smith sitting on the couch.

Police removed Smith from the residence, who broke away from officers and attempted to run. Smith was apprehended without incident. A second suspect, Denico Crawley, 28, of Columbia, was also removed from the home. Police later located a third subject, Justin Myers, 22, of Columbia.

After obtaining a search warrant, officials say they found an electronic scale and several guns. Three loaded handguns were found hidden underneath the kitchen stove, two of which had been reported stolen. Two rifles and two more loaded handguns were located in a bedroom. Police also recovered two bags of crack cocaine totaling 19.4 grams. An additional two grams of powder cocaine were found in a bag in the kitchen freezer.

Smith remains in police custody on suspicion of receiving stolen property, resisting arrest, and distribution, delivery, manufacture or production of a controlled substance. Smith is also being charged from the initial warrant for felony probation or parole. Smith’s bond was set at $13,500.

Crawley and Myers both face charges of unlawful possession of a concealed firearm, two counts of receiving stolen property, and distribution, delivery, manufacture or production of a controlled substance. Both suspects are being held on a $13,500 bond.