Another gun seized at home of Alabama Mannequin Challenge

HUNTSVILLE, Al. - Another weapon has been seized at the home of the Alabama Mannequin Challenge video, which went viral internationally.

The video shows a group of teens posing with weapons and marijuana at 5012 Powell Drive NW, according to al.com. The video was posted November 9th, but Madison County deputies raided the home on Tuesday, December 6th.

On Wednesday, December 7th, Huntsville officers took Corey Duran Collier, 24, into custody. He has been charged with first-degree possession of marijuana. Collier was released from the Madison County Jail after posting a $2,500 bond, according to the County.

During the raid, Lt. Stacy Bates said the gun was taken for "safekeeping" when no one at the home would claim it. Police have not identified the gun as stolen or illegal at this point.

During the initial raid, police arrested Kenneth White, 49, and Terry Brown, 23. Kenneth White has been charged with first-degree possession of marijuana and possession of a firearm by a violent felon. Brown has been charged with first-degree possession of marijuana and promoting prison contraband.

Huntsville police seized a number of weapons from the home, but many weapons and people in the video have not yet been found. Deputies are still investigating the case.