Chris Emerson, building services technician for Murray State, was arrested Feb. 16, in Graves County on charges including possession and manufacturing methamphetemine.
Officers reported to the scene after a woman called 911 and hung up abruptly. Before she hung up, all she said was there were firearms involved.
Police arrived, obtained a search warrant and found items used for the manufacturing of methamphetamine and a marijuana-growing facility in one of the back closets, according to a Graves County Sheriff’s office press release.
Police also found both methamphetamine and marijuana in the residence.
According to police, officers found a backpack containing a handgun with the serial numbers scratched off inside the home.
Four of the six people inside the home, including Emerson, were arrested on numerous charges.
Emerson’s charges includes posession of a controlled substance, possesion of marijuana, manufacturing of methamphetamine and cultivation of marijuana. Emerson is currently being held in Graves County Jail, with the bond set at $50,000.
University administration declined to comment.