HONOLULU (KHON2) — A stern warning from Maui Police Chief John Pelletier Wednesday.

“You need to be very uncomfortable coming to Maui County and trying to harm this community,” said John Pelletier, Chief of the Maui Police Department (MPD).

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This after MPD seized $122,000 worth of drugs on Feb. 8 from a Lahaina home.

Crime Reduction Unit and Patrol Division officers executed search warrants at a Lahaina residence at around 4:30 p.m. The officers recovered marijuana, cocaine, marijuana cigarettes, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), tablets, psilocybin (mushrooms), Adderall and Alprazolam pills.

A stolen revolver and over $14,000 were also found at the residence. According to MPD, the suspected dealers were targeting children.

“I think this illustrates how effective we can be as an agency when we target violent crime and we go after those that prey on the most precious resource this community and every community has which is our children,” said Chief Pelletier.

Meanwhile, Oahu programs like Weed N Seed work to connect children with law enforcement to make the right choices and recognize bad behavior.

“We feel it’s important to catch them now and hopefully getting them to know that they can turn to law enforcement and that the officers are their friends,” said Gale Braceros of Weed N Seed.

A push to have School Resource Officers on all DOE campuses is moving through the state legislature. Currently, the officers are only at public high schools.

“If something happens and someone approaches them or tries to sell drugs, they’ll know that they can turn to on the officers. James Campbell High School, for example, has acknowledged that it makes a really big difference,” said Braceros.

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Police say a 22-year-old male and 20-year-old female were arrested, charges are currently pending.