MACON – Four people were arrested after multiple federal search warrants were carried out Wednesday in Thomas and Grady counties.

Search warrants were executed at four Grady County residences and one address in Thomasville, said Charles “Charlie” Peeler, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia. The warrants were carried out in a joint law enforcement operation involving the Drug Enforcement Administration, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Grady County Sheriff’s Office, Thomas County Sheriff’s Office, the Thomas Vice/Narcotics Squad and the Cairo Police Department.

Tobias Sanders was arrested in Thomas County and remains in the Thomas County Jail. Orry Bell, Joseph Jones and Kentrail Brown were arrested in Grady County and remain in the Grady County Jail. Warrants were executed on Alison Drive Temple Terrance Circle, Bark Avenue and Woodland Road in Cairo and on Marshall Street in Thomasville.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s office, methamphetamine, marijuana, approximately $20,000 in currency, firearms and illegally possessed prescription medications were recovered.