An alarm call Thursday afternoon brought Greenwood Police to a Foundry Road residence, and the person who answered the door was dressed in a protective jumpsuit with a respirator and gloves on, according to a report.

The man in the jumpsuit told officers he was there with a woman, who came from around the side of the house wearing a matching outfit, police noted. She told officers the house was hers and they were cleaning up and taking out mattresses with bed bugs on them.

The officer could smell marijuana coming from the woman, and saw a small piece of green plant material on her jumpsuit, the report said. A later search of the woman found she had a clear plastic bag in the jumpsuit that smelled of marijuana, and in a pocket was loose plant material that weighed about 22 grams.

After securing a search warrant for the house, officers noted finding vacuum-sealed bags of plant material weighing a total of more than 100 grams, bags of white powder identified as cocaine, pills identified as oxycodone and meloxicam, digital scales and THC extract cartridges.

A man arrived at the residence who lived there, and he acknowledged that officers would find drugs inside, the report said.

Donald Leroy Bishop, 31, and Lottie Davis Bishop, 61, both of 633 Foundry Road, Greenwood, were arrested Thursday. Donald was charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of a schedule II controlled substance. Lottie was charged with possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana or 10 grams or less of hashish, first offense.