COATESVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities have announced charges against a Coatesville man after officials say they found “the unholy trinity of guns, drugs and money” in his residence.

Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced the charges against 41-year-old Ronald Smith.

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Police say they discovered large qualities of drugs, five firearms and money in Smith’s “heavily fortified” home.

Authorities say the drugs included heroin, cocaine and crystal methamphetamine.

(credit: Chester County DA)

(credit: Chester County DA)

The firearms included guns with a 30-round magazine, an extended barrel, and an obliterated serial number.

Smith is still at large.

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DA Hogan says, “This defendant was poisoning the Coatesville community and was a threat to law enforcement. The streets in Coatesville will be a little safer when we get him into custody.”

Police executed a search warrant at Smith’s home on November 11. They say there were surveillance cameras both inside and outside of the house and a monitor showing a live feed from the cameras.

(credit: Chester County DA)

(credit: Chester County DA)

The home also included a scale to weigh drugs, plastic baggies for packaging and a cutting agent to increase the weight of the drugs, according to investigators.

“The defendant was running a full-service pharmacy for illegal drugs,” DA Hogan says.

Smith is charged with possession with intent to distribute drugs, firearm offenses, and related charges.

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He is currently a fugitive.