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MARSHALL COUNTY, OK-- A Marshall County man is in custody after authorities said they found several narcotics in his home.

25-year-old Quincy Galvin was arrested on Tuesday after authorities said they found 46 grams of methamphetamine, 20 pills of ecstasy, and 11 grams of marijuana in his trailer park home on Pettijohn Springs Road in Marshall County.

Investigators said arrests made 3 months ago are what eventually led them to the home.  Galvin was arraigned Thursday and was charged with five felonies including trafficking illegal drugs and possession of a fire arm.

He's being held at the Marshall County jail on a $200,000 bond.