Four suspects are in custody following a raid Thursday by Lake Havasu City SWAT team members.

According to police, the incident came after a months-long investigation into alleged drug sales from a home on the 3300 block of Thunderbird Drive.

Officers obtained a warrant to search the residence, and arrived at about 8:35 p.m. with the assistance of K9 detectives from the La Paz County Narcotic Task Force.

The search allegedly yielded prescription-only pills and items of drug paraphernalia, police said in a Friday news release. Lake Havasu City residents Thomas Nichols, 36, Martin Kennedy, 54, and Lucky Thill, 28, were arrested at the scene. Rosemary Scott, 22, of Parker, was also taken into custody. All four were arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Nichols was additionally arrested on charges of possession of narcotic drugs.

Scott was additionally charged with possession of marijuana, and Kennedy was additionally charged with possession of prescription-only pills.

According to police, additional charged against the four are still pending.

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