An investigation that started in September of last year continues to result in arrests by the Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Narcotics Task Force. Back on September 21st of last year, two search warrants at a home in Kelso, finding a meth lab and making two arrests. On the 10th of last month, another man who is supposedly connected to the case was located at Gee Cee’s Truck Stop near Toledo. Anthony Reisbeck, 43, was arrested at that time on charges of meth delivery and a Department of Corrections warrant. That arrest also led authorities to a home on Conifer Lane near Toledo, where 29 year-old Andrea Bundy was arrested on a Corrections warrant. After that agents went to another cabin on the Toledo Cut-Off Road, which was allegedly being used by the drug network. Richard Norris, 56, was arrested at that location. On February 11th, search warrants were served on two cars allegedly used by the group, seizing cash, drugs, ledgers and other evidence. On the 25th, Lewis County Deputies stopped and arrested Erica Lewis, 34, in connection with this investigation, allegedly finding more money, drugs, ledgers and other evidence related to the network. The Task Force says that more than 1 ½ pounds of crystal meth, lab components, nearly a pound of marijuana, more than $10,000 cash, two guns and a large amount of other evidence related to the network has been seized so far. They say that this group has also been operating in Clatsop, Columbia and Clark Counties, with numerous individuals involved. Other arrests are expected.