Four people are facing charges after another drug bust in Door County.
The Door County Sheriff's Department says the arrests came after the Door County SWAT Team executed a drug search warrant Thursday evening at a residence on Quarterline Road in the Town of Gibraltar.
Two occupants of the home were arrested. A 47-year-old Fish Creek woman was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana, delivery of cocaine, delivery of schedule II narcotic, and maintaining a drug house. A 49-year-old New York, NY man was taken into custody on outstanding warrants from Door County.
In Sturgeon Bay, officers arrested a 28-year-old Fish Creek man on charges of marijuana possession, delivery of marijuana, maintaining a drug house, bail jumping, and being a felon in possession of firearms.
And in Algoma, a 56-year-old Algoma man was taken into custody on charges of conspiracy to deliver marijuana, possession of marijuana, and OWI.
Authorities say three vehicles used to commit the crimes were also seized.
The arrests followed a three month investigation by the Door/Kewaunee Drug Task Force and come three weeks after a similar search resulted in the arrests of four county residents in both Sturgeon Bay and Forestville.
The investigation involved officers from the Door and Kewaunee County Sheriff's Departments, Gibraltar, Sturgeon Bay and Algoma police departments, and the Wisconsin State Patrol K9 unit.
Authorities say the investigation is continuing and more arrests are expected. Anyone with information about this investigation or other drug crimes in Door or Kewaunee counties is asked to call the drug unit at 920-746-2555. Callers may remain anonymous.