Police in Northampton County have arrested two people they said were operating a meth lab inside a home with children inside.

Members of the Northampton County Drug Task Force and the Pennsylvania State Police Special Emergency Response Team served a warrant at a home at 2615 Old River Road in Forks Township.  Police said the home was under surveillance for several months, and a warrant was obtained under the suspicion of manufacturing and trafficking methamphetamine.

As a result of the investigation, police said they found methamphetamine, chemicals and equipment to produce meth, scales, 40 firearms, and a silencer for a firearm.  Police said three children under the age of 18 were also found inside the home, in an adjoining room to where the alleged meth lab was found.

Police arrested Donika Douris, 38, and David Link, 54, both of Easton.  Both are facing several charges including operating a meth lab, manufacturing methamphetamine with a child present, and more.

Both were arraigned on those charges Saturday afternoon.