(PORT HURON) -- St. Clair County Drug Task Force Officers seized illegal drugs, cash, and guns during two separate raids Thursday in the City of Port Huron. The first took place in the 2900 block of Peavy Street at 11:30 a.m. Drug Task Force officers and Michigan State Police Troopers found methamphetamine valued at $600, analog drugs, items used in the manufacturing of meth, 26 one pot meth reaction vessels, and $77 in cash. The reaction vessels are believed to have produced methamphetamine valued at $12,500. Two women ages 28 and 50 and two men ages 33 and 39, all of Port Huron, were arrested and remain jailed on several drug charges. The second raid took place Thursday evening at a home in the 2700 block of Mason Street in Port Huron. Four people were arrested after officers seized heroin, cocaine, $773 in cash, a loaded 9 mm handgun, a loaded 45 caliber handgun stolen from the city of Detroit, and three vehicles. Two women ages 23 and 26 and two men ages 28 and 35 remain jailed in St. Clair County on a number of drug-related charges.