These firearms and drugs were confiscated by police and probation officers Friday afternoon.Two men are expected to be arraigned today on drug and weapons charges.

SHAMOKIN — Five firearms, including two that were stolen, marijuana, fentanyl and drug paraphernalia were confiscated by police and adult probation officers Friday afternoon at a home in the Raspberry Hill Housing Complex.

Patrolman Raymond Siko II reported charges are pending against Jahmir Dwight Smith, 24, of 32 Raspberry Hill, and his 22-year-old brother, Zafier Nahemiah Smith, of 4109 E. Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, in connection with the discovery of a .22-caliber loaded handgun, .22-caliber loaded snub-nose revolver, .380-caliber loaded semi-automatic containing two magazines, .357-caliber loaded Magnum revolver, an SKS-AK 47 containing a round of ammunition in the magazine, an assortment of bullets, shell casings, a multi-colored pipe with marijuana residue, a digital scale and white capsules containing white powder that tested positive for fentanyl at Jahmir Smith’s residence.

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