By Cass Rains Staff Writer

Enid Police arrested seven people Friday after serving two search warrants on houses in Enid after a two-month investigation and receiving complaints of one residence being a "party house."

Enid Police Department's Narcotics Enforcement Unit served a search warrant at 6:18 Friday morning at 745 N. 13th.

Along with EPD SWAT, K-9 and patrol officers, narcotics unit detectives arrested two adults after finding crack, marijuana, plastic bags, scales and marijuana and crack pipes in the home.

Police arrested Tony Maurice Wright, 45, and Melissa Ranae Miller, 29, on suspicion of possession of crack cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school.

Coolidge Elementary School is 884 feet from the residence.

Police executed another search warrant at 308 N. Adams Friday.

The narcotics unit, along with EPD patrol officers and Deputy Rusty Duncan of the Garfield County Sheriff's Office, arrested four people inside the home.

After serving the no-knock search warrant police arrested Stephanie VanKirk, 19, Issac Wiens, 23, James Meadows, 25, and Kevin Thompson, 18, for possession of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school or park and possession of drug paraphernalia.

VanKirk also was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

"Officers on the scene advised that there was marijuana and drug paraphernalia in virtually every room of the house," according to an EPD press release.

During the search of the residence police also arrested Summer Scott, who had arrived at the residence to see who had been arrested.

Officers got consent to search Scott's vehicle, and found a small amount of marijuana in the console and a pinch-hitter pipe in Scott's shoe.

She was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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