A search warrant executed during the early-morning hours, on Wednesday in the Brumley area, comes to an end with three people taken into custody on felony drug charges. Miller County Sheriff Louie Gregoire says his deputies teamed up with the Mid-Missouri Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force and the Missouri National Guard Counter Drug Unit for the effort. Gregoire also says, during the search, 38-year-old Timothy Hunsperger was found in an attic and refused to comply leading to a brief struggle before he was taken into custody on a parole violation warrant. Hunsperger also, allegedly, had a bag apparently containing some 200 grams of meth. Also arrested inside the residence was 27-year-old Raelynn Koenigsfeld and 40-year-old Jeremy Runion, of Macks Creek who was located hiding in a shed on the property. Runion also allegedly had methamphetamine on him at the time. All three were taken to the Miller County Jail. Formal charges of first-degree trafficking have been filed against Hunsperger and Koenigsfeld who also faces a hindering charge. Runion is charged with one count of possessing a controlled substance.