A call to 911 resulted in a huge drug bust of drugs and guns for the Moses Lake Police Department on Tuesday night.

Let's cue that Dragnet music as the Moses Lake Police Department posted the details of the bust on their Facebook page.

Here's what went down according to the report filed by the Moses Lake Police Department

Tuesday night, patrol officers responded to a 911 call claiming a sexual assault. The call was traced to a residence in the 800 block of Winona Street in Moses Lake. In the course of the investigation, officers discovered evidence of illegal drugs on the premises and applied for a search warrant.

The execution of the warrant yielded over three pounds of methamphetamine, packaged for sale, and smaller amounts of cocaine, heroin, psilocybin mushrooms, and pills. Additionally, four pistols were located in the house. All four occupants of the house are convicted felons, which given the activity seemed odd, and could not possess the firearms. (Or the drugs for that matter).

Joshua Mosely, 41, was booked into the Grant County Jail on charges of maintaining a drug house, possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, unlawful possession of a multitude of other drugs, as well as four counts of felon in possession of a firearm. Additional charges are expected to follow.

The Moses Lake Department recovered 3 pounds of meth and 4 guns. There is no information on the 911 sexual assault call that lead to the discovery of drugs and meth and the felony arrests.

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