Alger County Meth Bust Update

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Michigan State Police

Michigan State Police

Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – State Police at the Munising Detachment have released an update on the arrest of four Alger County residents on meth charges.

The Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team says Troopers contacted them about a possible “one pot” style mobile meth lab after components were discovered in a vehicle during a traffic stop Tuesday night in Munising.

Investigators with UPSET confiscated the components and the four people were arrested without incident.

The four arrested were 19-year-old Cortne Cornish, 20-year-old Jordan Maddox, 21-year-old Trent Howard and 17-year-old Trevor Maxon, all of Munising.

They were arraigned yesterday in 93rd District Court in Munising with manufacture of methamphetamine, which is a felony punishable by 20 years in jail and/or a $25,000 fine.

They remain lodged in the Alger County Jail and the investigation is continuing.

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