Two area residents are facing multiple drug charges in Waupaca County Circuit Court. 31 year old Terry J. Searvogal is being held on a 25-hundred dollar cash bond following felony charges of delivery of amphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, and bail jumping, along with a misdemeanor bail jumping and drug paraphernalia. 28 year old Stacy L. Kamke of Rosholt is free on a 2000 dollar signature bond. She is charged with possession of meth, two counts of possession of narcotic drugs, and two counts of neglecting a child, all as a party to a crime. The criminal complaint says officers went to a Town of Lind residence Thursday to make a warrant arrest of Searvogal. At the residence, officers found a gathering of people in the garage, and allegedly found various quantities of meth, heroin, and vicodin. A two year old child was also at the residence, according to the complaint. Searvogal faces over 20 years in prison if convicted, while Kamke could face up to 9 years behind bars. She is due back in court on the 13th, while Searvogal is back in court tomorrow.