BAYTOWN -

The Baytown Police Department has made 10 arrests following a three-month long investigation.

The investigation in March after Baytown police say they were getting numerous reports of possible narcotics activity in the 3200 block of Marvin Road.

During their investigation, officers say they discovered that two of the suspects, Servando Herrera and Raul Reza, were operating a criminal organizational system. Investigators say Herrera and Reza are both gang members.

Officers said they believe the suspects were heavily involved in cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and synthetic marijuana distribution. Officers believe the suspects were also involved in forged prescriptions and firearms.

Investigators conducted a search warrant on a home on Marvin Road. Officers say they seized approximately 20 pounds of marijuana, 8 ounces of cocaine, and 2 ounces of methamphetamine. Officers said they also seized PCP, ecstasy, prescription pills, synthetic marijuana, 9 firearms, approximately $4,300 in cash and a 2006 Mercedes-Benz.

A total of 10 arrests were made. Seventeen felony charges were filed as a result of the investigation.