A search warrant led to an arrest of two men in Prescott recently on drug charges. Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a disturbance at a business on Sheldon Street back on September 22nd. Deputies contacted 33-year-old Brendon Ross and 32-year-old Robert Hogan, both of Prescott. During the interaction, deputies and members of PANT, found a syringe containing meth on Hogan, and after his arrest they found a half-gram of meth and 20 mimic “Xanax” pills. They found additional pills in a metal box and five pills on Ross. The seized pills tested positive for fentanyl. Upon a search of the home they were staying in on South Virginia in Prescott, detectives found 144 pills, eleven grams of meth, 15 grams of a white powder that tested positive for fentanyl, along with scales, syringes and a loaded handgun belonging to Ross. Both men were arrested and booked on several charges related to the investigation. Both remain in custody.