Decatur police said they found methamphetamine, marijuana and guns during a traffic stop on Thanksgiving.
Officers pulled over a vehicle at 3rd Street and Central Parkway on Thanksgiving and said they found Kyrus Clay, 23, had a pistol, a stolen AK-47 rifle and marijuana.
Two other people in the vehicle, Quenton Clay and Daquan Langford, both 22, also had marijuana and were arrested, police said.
While being processed into the Morgan County Jail, police said officers found meth, marijuana and a digital scale on Langford.
Langford was charged with meth trafficking, first- and second-degree marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia possession. A judge ruled he should be held without bond because he was awaiting trial for a charge of shooting into an occupied dwelling.
Kyrus Clay was cahrged with second-degree marijuana possession, carrying a pistol without a permit and fourth-degree receiving stolen property. He was jailed on bonds totaling $2,000.
Quenton Clay was charged with second-degree marijuana possession and had bond set at $500.
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