GREAT BEND, Kan. (KAKE) - Two have been arrested without after authorities find 12 pounds of meth, various other drugs and stolen property in a Barton County house.

The Barton County Sheriff's Office SAID that around 11 a.m. on Tuesday, deputies executed a search warrant on a house just west of Odin. Deputies found 42-year-old Michael Clark and 41-year-old Dallas Lemonds and a large amount of drugs inside the house. Over 12 pounds of what is suspected to be meth, one pound of marijuana, a half-pound of suspected to be Psilocybin mushrooms and prescription medicines were taken out of the house. The estimated street value of the confiscated drugs is thought to be over $200,000. 

Authorities also found a stolen GMC pickup from Wichita, firearms and a stolen John Deere lawnmower.

Clark and Lemonds were being held at the Barton County jail for distribution of methamphetamine, distribution of hallucinogenic drugs, criminal possession of a firearm and possession of stolen property. Bond for each was set at $500,000.

The Barton County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and a detective from the Great Bend Police Department.

The investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected, the sheriff's office said.