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10,000 - $2,500 on the marijuana possession charge and $7,500 on the controlled substance charge.
Jutson and Rogers were each charged with the Class A misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana, under two ounces in a drug free zone.
Police said the apartment is within 1,000 feet of the Cameron Junior High and Cameron Elementary School.
A Class A misdemeanor charge carries a term of up to 180 days in the county jail and an optional fine of up to $5,000.
The second-degree felony charge carries a punishment range of two to 20 years in prison and an optional $10,000 fine.
Taylor and Jutson were freed on bond late Friday. Rogers remained in jail at that time.
Cameron Police Officer Wes Male said the department received an anonymous tip from a caller who said people were inside and outside the apartment and appeared to be "using drugs." The caller also said there was a high volume of vehicle traffic to and from the apartment.
"The caller basically asked me if there was anything we could do about it," Male said. "I told her we'd look into it."
Male said he and officers Phillip Anelli and Crawford Sprague responded to the apartment complex.
"As we walked onto the porch, we could tell through the window blinds that there was several people in the room and the room was all smoky," Male sald. "We knocked on the door and they invited us in. The odor of burning marijuana was very strong."
Male said as officers entered the apartment, as many as seven or eight people scrambled for other rooms in the apartment and out the back door.
"We managed to round them all up and brought them back into the living room of the apartment," Male said.
During a weapons search, Male said officers discovered a small baggie of marijuana in the leg pocket of Rogers' cargo pants.
Subsequently, Taylor, who rented the apartment and Jutson, who also lived at the apartment, told officers to search the apartment.
"We told them that we had probable cause to search they apartment and they said to go ahead," Male said.
Male said officers burned marijuana cigarettes and cigars were found in ashtrays in several locations in the apartment. They also discovered a small baggie containing marijuana residue under a bed in the rear bedroom of the apartment.
The officers also discovered a small lock box under a bed in another bedroom.
When asked, Taylor produced the key to the box and inside officers found another small baggie containing marijuana residue.
Additionally, officers discovered a Ziplock bag in a freezer in the kitchen that contained 1.8 ounces of Psilosybin mushrooms. Such mushrooms are commonly boiled and consumed in tea or another liquid - producing hallucinogenic effects.
Male said the clear plastic baggie containing the mushrooms was labeled with a tag that read - one-half ounce, $50.
Male said Taylor was charged with both the mushrooms and marijuana possesion because she was the primary renter of the apartment.
Male said several other people at the apartment were searched and later released.