Guns, cash, meth, heroin found when Michigan officials raid 3 hotel rooms, storage facility
Michigan officials found guns, cash, methamphetamine and heroin when they executed four connected search warrants this week -- three at hotel rooms and one at a nearby storage facility, according to authorities.
Michigan man caught with meth uses fake name, arrested anyway because that person had active warrants
CLAM LAKE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A Michigan man who was caught with methamphetamine gave police a fake name, but the person whose name he used had active felony warrants, so he was arrested anyway, according to officials. A 29-year-old Cadillac woman was in the driver’s seat and a 30-year-old Lawton man was in the front passenger seat, police said. The fake name the man used belonged to someone who had an active warrant out for his arrest, so they took the Lawton man into custody, officials said. AdDuring the arrest, troopers found about 27 grams of meth inside the man’s pants, according to police. (Michigan State Police)Several pop cans and lottery tickets were found on the ground outside the vehicle, police said.
Bomb squad responds to drug bust after police find homemade explosive device
CASS COUNTY, MI – Two adults were arrested in a southwest Michigan drug bust where police found a homemade bomb and a “large amount” of Methamphetamine. The Cass County Drug Enforcement Team conducted a search warrant Friday, Nov. 20, in the 70000 block of Irving Drive in Ontwa Township, according to a news release issued by the Cass County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities found an Improvised Explosive Device, or a “homemade bomb,” inside the residence and halted the search until the Berrien County Bomb Squad arrived. Police arrested a 44-year-old man for possession of Methamphetamine, possession of Methamphetamine with intent to deliver, delivery of Methamphetamine, possession of a dangerous weapon and felony firearm, according to the release. Sheriff’s deputies were assisted at the scene by the Ontwa Township Edwardsburg Police Department and the Berrien County Bomb Squad.mlive.com
Officials seize 21 kilograms of suspected methamphetamine at Ambassador Bridge
WINDSOR, Ontario – Around 21 kilograms of suspected methamphetamine was seized by officials at the Ambassador Bridge on Sept. 22. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) made the discovery. They said the meth was found with a Brampton resident and is estimated to be worth about $2.7 million. During the examination, border services officers discovered a duffel bag filled with packages of suspected methamphetamine. Jaspreet Singh, 29, of Brampton, Ontario is charged with Importation of Scheduled I substance and Possession for the purpose of trafficking.
$25 million in meth seized from truck at Ambassador Bridge, officials say
WINDSOR, Ontario – Officials seized more than $25 million worth of methamphetamine from a truck entering Canada on the Ambassador Bridge on Christmas Eve, according to authorities. Police said a commercial truck entered Canada through the Ambassador Bridge on Dec. 24 in Windsor, Ontario. The truck was referred for a secondary examination, and officers found nine containers of suspected meth, officials said. The Canada Border Services Agency and Royal Canadian Mounted Police seized about 200 kilograms of suspected meth from the truck, officials said. Anyone with information about suspicious activity at the border is asked to call the CBSA Border Watch Line at 1-888-502-9060.