The Otoe County Sheriff's Office arrested two people Saturday evening for suspicion of delivery of methamphetamine and marijuana after executing a search warrant at their apartment.
Deputies and police officers searched the residence on the 1700 block of Fourth Corso with a no-knock warrant and arrested Michael Housh, 22, of Omaha and Mikayla Grant, 28, of Nebraska City for possession with intent to deliver.
Chief Deputy Mike Holland said an investigation by Deputy James Parson resulted in a search warrant for the residence.
He said officers found evidence to confirm their suspicions of the presence of illegal narcotics inside the residence.
It was the second Otoe County search warrant served in 2013 that led to charges of meth activity, but Holland said he does not suspect the county is experiencing a change in the trend of drug activity.
"The sheriff's office has done an excellent job investigating, following up and getting the documentation needed to get a judge's signature on search warrants," he said.
He said investigators can not say where the drugs came from, but it is common for people to get enough from a source outside of the county and sell some to pay for their personal use.