The execution of search warrants on two Pike County, Illinois residences Sunday night results in the arrest of three people on meth related charges.

Pike County Sheriff Paul Petty reports deputies and West Central Illinois Task Force agents served the warrants at a privately owned shop in Barry and a residence in New Canton.

In Barry, agents arrested 41-year-old Jess Revis of Barry. Officers also found drug paraphernalia and cannabis.

The search in New Canton resulted in the arrests of 41-year-old Daniel Miller of New Canton and 20-year-old Gabrielle Moore of Quincy. Also found in the second search were about $3,000 worth of crystal meth, drug paraphernalia, cannabis and a small handgun.

Revis, Miller and Moore are all charged with possession of methamphetamine. They await their first court appearances in the Pike County Jail.