A search of a North Charleston home netted two arrests on weapon charges Thursday.
According to police spokesman Spencer Pryor, authorities searched 4847 Nesbit Street in connection with an ongoing narcotics investigation. While searching the home, authorities found items hat appeared to be used to weigh illegal items, Pryor said.
Investigators also located four guns, according to Pryor: a .40-caliber Llama pistol that had been reported out of Charleston County, a .32-caliber U.S. Revolver, a 9mm Taurus and a .45-caliber Cobra with an obliterated serial number.
North Charleston police arrested two women who live at the Nesbit Street home. Aisha Mitchell, 29, and Laquasia Mitchell, 32, were both charged with possession of a stolen firearm and possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number, Pryor said.
They were both being held at the Charleston County jail Friday, jail records show.
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