Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham says the Sheriff's Enforcement Team (S.E.T.) and the Macomb Area Computer Enforcement Team (M.A.C.E.) made four arrests on Monday for two separate investigations.
Detectives were in contact with a man via the internet who solicited sex in exchange for drugs. The man told detectives that he was going to pick up some friends and bring "snow" to exchange for sex. The man agreed to meet at a prearranged place and time in Macomb County.
The man described the vehicle he would be driving and S.E.T. members were waiting. Detectives arrested three men, Johnny Johnson, Leslie Rockymore and Darrell Williams, and searched the vehicle. Police found powered cocaine, crack cocaine and a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson handgun.
All three men were arraigned in Clinton Township. Johnson and Rockymore were each given a $15,000 bonds. Williams was a given a $2,000 personal bond. The men are expected back in court on April 21.
M.A.C.E. detectives were talking to a 24-year-old Troy man, Usman Muhammad through an internet connection when he solicited sex from an undercover detective. The man agreed to meet at a predetermined time and location and he described the vehicle that he would be driving.
When Muhammad arrived at the location, he was arrested.
Muhammad was arraigned in Clinton Township and was given a $1,000 bond. He is expected in court on April 28.
M.A.C.E. investigators have arrested 20 persons in the last 90 days for computer-related criminal activity.