Two men were arrested and cocaine and a gun were seized by police Friday morning after an investigation into drug distribution in Springfield.
According to Massachusetts State Police, troopers executed a search warrant at an apartment on 109.5 Oakland Street Friday morning.
Police said when the home was searched troopers found the bottom part of a shotgun under a couch and the barrel of a shotgun behind the kickboard of a kitchen cabinet.
In the room of a resident later identified as 21-year-old Ronald Ingram, troopers allegedly found two plastic baggies containing a substance believed to be crack cocaine and a plastic baggie with 30 grams of a substance believed to be powder cocaine in an eyeglass case. Police also seized $195 in cash.
Police arrested Ingram and 28-year-old Anthony Evans who had temporarily been staying at the apartment.
Evans and Ingram, who was wearing an ankle bracelet at the time of his arrest, were charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, improper storage of a firearm, and trafficking in cocaine.
Evans is facing an additional charge of committing a firearm violation after a previous conviction for a violent offense or serious drug offense.