DOLTON | Two brothers were arrested Monday after guns, drugs and more than 100 rounds of ammunition were found in their home, police said.
Davon Ketchum, 23, and Curtis Ketchum, 24, were taken into custody when police executed a search warrant at the house in the 14300 block Irving Avenue in Dolton, according to a news release issued Thursday by the Cook County Sheriff's Office.
An AK-47 rifle, a .45-caliber handgun, a .45-caliber rifle, a 12-gauge shotgun and 130 rounds of ammunition were found during the search, police said.
Officers also found more than 600 grams of marijuana, four suspected hydrocodone pills, one suspected Ecstacy pill and a digital scale, police said.
The search warrant was executed about 11:45 a.m. Monday by members of the Gun Suppression Team and the Hostage Barricade and Terrorist Team.
Davon Ketchum was charged with armed violence, possession of cannabis with intent, possession of cannabis and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
Curtis Ketchum was charged with armed violence, possession of cannabis with intent, possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The brothers' bonds were set at $200,000 each during a hearing Wednesday at the Markham Courthouse. Their next court date is set for June 2.