Livingston deputies found 10 different kinds of drugs in a raid last week and four people have been arrested, the Sheriff’s Office reported Wednesday.

On Nov. 30, members of the narcotics division executed a search warrant at 7450 Vincent Road near Denham Springs, according to a news release.

Deputies found 26 doses of ecstasy, 54 doses of alprazolam, 37 doses of hydrocodone, four vials of nalozone hydrochloride, five doses of naloxone, 20 doses of clonidine, and small amounts of crack cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine and heroin, the release states.

Deputies also found a loaded handgun, $1,450 in cash and “numerous” items of drug paraphernalia.

Four people were arrested. Derek Ford, 36, faces multiple drug and weapons felonies, as well as a probation violation. Sharon Painting, 31, faces multiple drug felonies and a singe weapons count. Toby Jarreau, 46, faces one count of drug possession.

All three are being held in the Livingston Parish Detention Center.

A fourth person, Michael Ford, no other information available, has been released from jail but faces counts of interfering with a law enforcement investigation, disturbing the peace and resisting an officer.