Update On Western U.P. Meth Bust

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Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) –  Two people in the western Upper Peninsula are facing a number of charges after $75,000 worth of meth was found in their home.

37-year old Richard Hill and 37-year old Rebecca Suzik, both of Ironwood, are charged with delivery/manufacture of meth and possession of meth.

They could spend up 30 years in prison on those charges.

Officials from the Gogebic Iron Area Narcotics Team arrested the pair Thursday after an investigation led to a search of their home.

They seized meth and other controlled substances, cash, vehicles, and other personal property.

Hill and Suzik are lodged in the Gogebic County Jail. Hill’s bond is set at $75,000; Suzik’s is $50,000.

Officials say the incident is still under investigation, and additional charges or arrests are possible.

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