A home visit by a probation agent ended with the arrest of two Elton area residents Friday afternoon.
Langlade County authorities advise that the pair, a 33-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman, are both being referred to the district attorney’s office on counts of possessing methamphetamine and tools related to the use of the substance and other drugs.
Deputies were asked to assist in the visit on allegations there may have been drugs in the home. The suspicions were evidently correct as several items of evidence were removed from the property. Included were used needles, tea light candles and metal spoons with white residue, a socket wrench with suspected marijuana residue, jewel bags with trace amounts of white powder and 10 viles of Narcan, a drug used to reverse the effect of an opiate overdose.