The Local Drug Task Force announced Friday the arrests of three Springdale men on meth charges.
The arrests are the result of a month-long investigation by detectives into methamphetamine trafficking in the Northwest Arkansas.
The investigation led to a traffic stop by Springdale Police on a vehicle on Elm Springs Road.
According to Police, the driver seemed nervous and refused consent for police to search the vehicle when asked, so they called a K-9 unit to the scene.
The K-9 alerted to the presence of methamphetamine in the car and a subsequent search by police yielded approximately two pounds of methamphetamine.
23-year-old Kyle Alexander and 19-year-old Christopher Randolph were arrested for possession of of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver.
Kyle Alexander Christopher Randolph
During a follow-up search at an apartment on Delmon in Springdale, police also found a firearm and more drug paraphernalia.
The resident, 28-year-old Noe Tovias, was also arrested on federal drug conspiracy charges.
The Fourth Judicial District Drug Task Force is comprised of Fayetteville, Springdale, Prairie Grove, Lincoln, Farmington, West Fork, Greenland, Johnson, Elm Springs, Elkins and Goshen Police Departments as well as the Washington and Madison County Sheriff's Offices.