Four people were arrested Thursday following a drug raid of a Charles Street home, Hopatcong Police said.
According to Lt. Thomas Kmetz, police began investigating the home at 11 Charles St. after neighbors reported possible drug dealing at the residence.
A search warrant was executed Thursday and authorities seized marijuana plants, growing materials, smoking devices and "numerous" counterfeit U.S. currency bills in various denominations, Kmetz said.
Kyle White, 20, of 11 Charles St., was charged with fourth-degree conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, second-degree employing a juvenile to distribute CDS, fourth-degree possession of marijuana and fourth-degree possession of CDS.
White was lodged at the Sussex County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail.
Paul Hiltz, 44, of 11 Charles St., was charged with possession of marijuana. Hiltz was released on his own recognizance.
Stephanie Talmadge, 18, of Hopatcong Street, was charged with possession of marijuana and being under the influence of marijuana. Talmadge was released on her own recognizance.
A 17-year-old was charged with possession of marijuana. The teen was lodged in the Morris County Juvenile Detention Center.
The U.S. Secret Service in Morristown was contacted and will conduct an investigation into the counterfeit money, Kmetz said.