Deputies in Monroe County, Illinois, have made a three drug related arrest in the past two months, including one on the parking lot of a church, a press release said Tuesday.

According to the press release from the Monroe County Sheriff's Department, two people were trading marijuana for prescription pills on the parking lot of the United Church of Christ in Waterloo, Illinois, on Aug. 25.

A few weeks earlier, one person was arrested for delivering crystal meth to a home that was under police surveillance.

Those cases are still under investigation, and the identities of the people involved have not been released.

On Oct. 18, Garrick Recker, 27, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver, and fleeing from police.

The department said the methamphetamine is coming from St. Louis in the cases they are investigating.