BETHLEHEM - A month-long drug investigation has resulted in seven arrests for trafficking methamphetamine.

For the past few weeks, Holmes County Sheriff’s Office investigators have been receiving information regarding methamphetamine being distributed from a residence in the Bethlehem community.

Investigators from the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant on February 12 at ‪1433 Highway 177‬, the residence of Wayne and Rickey Williams.

All individuals that were inside the residence were detained while a search of the residence was conducted.

The search revealed several ounces of (ICE) methamphetamine as well as stolen firearms and drug paraphernalia that included scales, baggies, and assorted pipes.

While at the residence, investigators learned that Jackie Arrant Jr. was en-route to the residence with approximately four more ounces of (ICE) methamphetamine.

When Arrant, along with Ashley Hudsbeth, arrived at the Williams’ residence they produced approximately four ounces of (ICE). Both Arrant and Hudspeth were taken into custody.

Wayne Williams, 64, and Rickey Williams,59, both of Bonifay, were charged with- trafficking methamphetamine, possession of firearm while in commission of a felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Starla Sellers, 45, of Bonifay, Jackie Arrant Jr., 40, and Ashley Hudsbeth,27 both of Geneva were each charged with trafficking methamphetamine.

Tonner Cauley, 25, of Marianna and Kendra Dumas, 30, of Chipley were both charged with - trafficking methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The investigation is still ongoing and more arrests are expected.