A call regarding an "unknown medical situation" led to the arrest of multiple area residents accused on drug-related charges, city police reported. The investigation into the call resulted in the arrest of Abby Robertson, 22, and James Phillips, 23, both of Marshall; Brooklyn Gilbert, 21, of Charleston; and Michael McCullough, 35, of Martinsville. At approximately 12:31 p.m. Jan. 18, Charleston officers responded to a purported medical situation in the 1200 block of 12th Street. Responding officers learned a witness observed occupants of a silver SUV appearing to be helping a semi-conscious person into the vehicle, according to law enforcement. Officers were able to catch up to, and eventually stop, the vehicle on Westfield Road near Illinois Route 130. After approaching the vehicle, officers observed one of the five occupants, McCullough, was slumped over and seemingly unconscious. Paramedics were called to the location, where they evaluated him prior to him signing a refusal to be treated, police reported. Another occupant of the vehicle allegedly admitted to possessing cannabis and paraphernalia, resulting in a probable cause search of the vehicle, police say. The search allegedly resulted in the seizure of drug paraphernalia, more than 13 grams of cannabis and approximately one gram of suspected methamphetamine. The 2005 Ford driven by Robertson was seized pending a vehicle seizure hearing. Robertson, Phillips, Gilbert, and McCullough were all placed in the Coles County jail on pending preliminary charges of possession of methamphetamine. The fifth occupant, Christopher E. Sanders, was arrested on a warrant out of Crawford County, Crawford County police officials say.