THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Three people who police say have ties to the Demented Rejects motorcycle gang have been charged with the distribution of drugs and weapons in a northern central area of North Carolina.

The Winston-Salem Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2rhxlfw ) 38-year-old Trace William Bostick, 35-year-old Brandie Starlett Saunders Bostick and 31-year-old Clifton Scott Peter were arrested after a four-month investigation and search of multiple homes on May 10. The Thomasville Police Department is still seeking 30-year-old Adam Nicholas Badgett.

During a search of the homes, Thomasville officers found methamphetamine, marijuana, synthetic cannabinoid, Oxycodone, 10 firearms and nearly $25,000 in cash.

All three have been charged with multiple counts related to the methamphetamine. The Bosticks each face several more drugs and weapons charges.

It’s unclear if they have lawyers.

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