Four people were arrested Saturday after narcotics agents raided a Second Street home and found methamphetamine pills, guns and drug paraphernalia.

Eric Driskill, 39, and Mary Driskill, 59, were booked on counts of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine after agents raided the home upon allegations the pair were selling methamphetamine from the home at 3107 Second St., said Traci Landry, spokeswoman for the St. Mary Parish Sheriff’s Office. They were also booked on possession of Oxycodone, a Schedule II drug.

Gary Driskill, 62, and Kathryn Vines, 42 — who also lived at the home — were booked on methamphetamine possession.

All four were also booked on counts of possessing guns in the presence of controlled dangerous substances, along with counts for possessing Subutex, a Schedule III drug, Landry said. They were booked on additional counts of possessing drug paraphernalia, including digital scales and pipes, and on possessing the drugs in a drug-free zone, as the house is a block away from two churches.

Eric, Mary and Gary Driskill were released Monday after each posting a $35,000 bond, according to booking records. Vines was also released Monday after posting a $1,500 bond.