A wanted Ringgold man was arrested along with his brother and girlfriend Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 15, after police say they found several narcotics in the trio’s home on Blevins Drive in Ringgold.

According to Catoosa County sheriff’s captain Chris Lyons, the arrest came after officers attempted to serve a warrant on a man wanted in Bradley County, Tenn.

Cvong Mang, 23, Michael Mang, 18, and Kori Konrad 21, all of Blevins Drive in Ringgold were arrested on Jan. 15 on charges of possession of marijuana (more than an ounce), possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of Oxycodone, possession of Endocet, possession of Hydrocodone, and possession of Schedule II and Schedule III drugs with intent to distribute.

A hold was also placed on Cvong Mang for his outstanding warrant in Bradley County, Tenn.

“We were serving the warrant, when detectives discovered narcotics on the premises,” captain Lyons said. “They had flushed some of it already, but we did find several narcotics in the house, including multiple prescription medications and marijuana.”

The pills were later identified as Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, and Endocet, all of which were waiting to be sold, as detectives also located equipment used for vacuum sealing large quantities of marijuana, reports show.

“The drugs had already been separated for distribution,” Lyons said. “We also discovered a little more than $800 in cash in the house.”