Dion Sherrard Smith and Alante Monrico Donnell were arrested on drug charges following a month-long undercover investigation by the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office on Friday.
About 10-15 officers helped served the warrant at around 11 a.m. at 1926 Surrey Trail, where Smith was renting out the basement.
Eight people, including the house's owner, were in the building but only Smith and Donnell were arrested.
The RCSO was initially alerted of the situation by complaints from neighbors, and then launched an operation led by the Narcotics and Vice Unit.
There had reportedly been much activity at the house through all hours of the night, leading neighbors to alert authorities.
"It's a pretty quiet little area," said Crime Analyst Michael Camp of the Sheriff's Office. "The neighbors complained about the traffic and a lot of people coming in and out of the house."
From there RCSO ran an operation for about a month involving several undercover drug buys from both Smith and Donnell.
When authorities hit the house, there were no incidents along with the arrests.
Smith, 30, was charged with Possession With Intent To Distribute Crack Cocaine, Possession With Intent To Distribute Oxycodone, Possession With Intent To Distribute Ecstasy, Possession With Intent To Distribute Hydrocodone, Possession With Intent To Distribute Xanax, Theft By Receiving Stolen Property, and Possession of A Firearm By A Convicted Felon. He is being held in the Rockdale County Jail on a $70,000 bond.
Donnell, 21, is charged with Possession With Intent To Distribute Crack Cocaine. He is being held in the Rockdale County Jail on a $10,000 bond.
In total, approximately six grams of crack cocaine, 40 prescription pills, and a stolen handgun were recovered during the search warrant. The stolen handgun was linked to an entering auto that occurred in Rockdale County in early 2010.