A home in New Bedford was searched by detectives over the weekend, resulting in the arrest of two people after drugs and a “cache of weapons” were found inside. According to police, approximately 44 grams of crack cocaine, more than three pounds of marijuana, numerous suboxone strips, and $800 cash were found. The search also uncovered four handguns, a sawed-off shotgun, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, a stun gun, and a bulletproof vest. Leroy Mosley, 50, and Jill Martin, 45, were arrested and are being charged with various offenses, including trafficking cocaine and possessing illegal firearms and ammunition. Cheri Jardin, 28, who was not at home during the raid, will also be facing charges. Mosley has prior convictions for weapon possession and armed robbery and has been charged under the “career criminal” statute as well.