FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — Three people are facing multiple felony charges after their arrests following a drug raid in Fort Wayne Tuesday.

According to court documents, authorities executed a search warrant at a house located in the 1000 block of Degroff Street.

After removing all occupants from the house, police searched the rooms of 38-year-old Benjamin Espich, 35-year-old Channing Matthews and 56-year-old John Anderson, according to court documents.

Court documents say police found several digital scales and multiple torn plastic baggies after searching Espich’s room.

Police also found approximately 11.4 grams of an off-white substance and 1.3 grams of an off-white powdery substance, both of which field-tested positive for cocaine and fentanyl respectively, according to court documents.

Other things found in Espich’s room included a fake Mountain Dew can and a black box with magnets “to conceal during transport,” court documents say.

Police also discovered invoices containing Espich’s name and the house’s address in the bathroom.

After further searching the home, police found 4.2 grams of a dried plant material that later field-tested positive for the presence of marijuana in Anderson’s room, according to court documents.

John Anderson

Lastly, police found several smoking devices and a stolen handgun in Matthews’ room, along with one and a half tablets of a drug identified as Acetaminophen and Oxycodone Hydrochloride, according to court documents.

Channing Matthews

Police were unable to find a valid prescription for the tablet.

Espich has been charged with Dealing Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug, a Level 3 felony; Possession of Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug, a Level 6 felony; and Maintaining a Common Nuisance, which is also a Level 6 felony.

Anderson has been charged with Unlawful Possession of a Handgun by a Prohibited Person, a Level 5 felony; Possession of Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug, a Level 6 felony; and Maintaining a Common Nuisance, a Level 6 felony, as well as three misdemeanors.

Matthews has been charged Unlawful Possession of a Handgun by a Prohibited Person, a Level 5 felony, and Possession of Cocaine or a Narcotic Drug, a Level 6 felony.

Both Matthews and Anderson each have had prior felony convictions, according to court documents.

The house Espich, Matthews and Anderson occupied is now condemned.

Court documents indicated the residence has had several drug overdoses and that multiple informants have stated they purchase and abuse cocaine and fentanyl from the house.