A popular “mannequin challenge” video shot in front of a Huntsville, Alabama home and depicting a violent scene, has resulted in arrests.

The nearly minute-long video, that went viral after it was posted to Facebook in November, shows two groups of people appearing to point guns at each other.

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After law enforcement officials saw the video, they obtained a search warrant, officers from the Huntsville Police Department and ATF went to the home at 5 a.m. Tuesday, according to Madison County Sheriff’s Captain Mike Salomonsky. During the raid, officers confiscated an assault rifle, a shotgun, two handguns, and ammunition. They also seized marijuana and a computer, according to CBS affiliate WHNT.

Arrested were 23-year-old Terry Brown and 49-year-old Fennell White.

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White is facing charges of marijuana possession and possession of a firearm by a violent felon. He is being held on $30,000 bail. Brown is being held on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, loitering, and promoting prison contraband. His bail is set at 3,800, according to Huffington Post.

Terry Brown and 49-year-old Fennell White (l-r) (Credit; Madison County Sheriff's Dept.)

Terry Brown and 49-year-old Fennell White (l-r) (Credit; Madison County Sheriff’s Dept.)

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Salamonsky expects his department to make additional arrests in connection with the video.