Two men were arrested on methamphetamine charges in Traverse City Tuesday.
According to the Traverse Narcotics Team, detectives developed information that meth was being sold out of a home near Union and 11th streets.
Undercover officers were able to purchase meth from a Traverse City man during the investigation. They continued surveillance of the suspect and the home over a period of time.
A search warrant for the home was executed on Tuesday.
Pills, drug paraphernalia, drug packaging supplies and suspected components and apparatus used in the manufacturing of meth were found in the home.
A 27-year-old Kalkaska man who was currently on probation for an unrelated drug conviction was arrested as well as a 21-year-old Traverse City man.
Names will not be released until the men are arraigned.