ADA, Okla. (KTEN) — Two cases are at the top of the priority list for District 22 District Attorney Erik Johnson.

On Tuesday night, his Drug and Violent Crime Task Force executed a warrant at a home in Ada where three arrests were made;  in another case, charges are being filed related to human trafficking.

Andrew Lindsey was one of three people arrested during a search warrant executed at a home along West 3rd Street in Ada for alleged drug activity.

Around five grams of methamphetamine were seized at the scene, plus equipment used for the distribution of narcotics.

Mauricio Lopez was arrested on human trafficking and child sex charges.

In another case, Johnson plans to file charges against Mauricio Lopez related to human trafficking and soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor.

Those charges stem from incidents occurring in 2021, when Lopez allegedly began communicating with an underage girl on Snapchat. Lopez allegedly offered to pay the girl money for sexual acts, but she declined.

According to a court affidavit, on one occasion, Lopez allegedly raped the young girl.

The district attorney said he will file human trafficking charges against Lopez because he believes there's enough evidence of transportation for a commercial sex act.