West Virginia State Police spent Wednesday at the scene of a criminal investigation near the community of Belle, WV.
Dorsey "Junior" Wooline has been arrested in connection to the investigation.
According to dispatchers, police were serving a warrant when they found methamphetamine, marijuana, cash and an estimated 100 weapons in a home on Simmons Creek. Police believe meth and marijuana were being sold out of the home. Large amounts of ammunition were also found in the house.
Wooline had cameras facing the road mounted to his home. Police are also investigating what they believe might be stolen goods recovered from the scene including: computers, power tools and TV's.
According to police, Wooline has a prior "violent felony" charge that would prevent him from owning weapons. "They were everywhere," said West Virginia State Police Sgt. Larry O'Bryan when describing the number of guns in the house. "They were beside his bed, under the house, in the attic. Any location, if you can name a place in the house that is where guns were found."
Wooline admitted, on scene, to using and selling drugs in an interview with 13 News. He also said that he had the guns because he likes to shoot them, but has never hurt anyone with them.
Because of the large amount of evidence there is to process troopers said they expected to be on the scene for several hours.