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Brett Rollins was placed under arrest for possession of methamphetamine and other charges. (Livermore Police)

LIVERMORE -- A couple suspected of selling methamphetamine out of their Livermore home was arrested Wednesday on various drug and weapons charges, police say.

Brett Rollins, 45, and Taunia Rollins, 48, were arrested Wednesday afternoon after the Livermore Police Department's Special Operations Unit served a search warrant on their home in the 5200 block of Windflower Street, Officer John Hurd said. When authorities entered the home about 2:45 p.m., they found approximately seven ounces of methamphetamine worth about $20,000, drug sales paraphernalia and a shotgun.

The pair was arrested on charges of methamphetamine sales and a weapons violation, Hurd said. Brett Rollins received an additional citation for obstructing officers during their search.

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