Meth lab discovered

August 23, 2013

PERE MARQUETTE TWP. — The State, Sheriff’s, Chief’s Enforcement of Narcotics Team (SSCENT) and the Mason County Probation and Parole Office investigated a methamphetamine “one-pot” component case at a residence in the 5000 block of Limouze Street Thursday evening and into Friday morning.

As part of an on-going investigation, officers developed information which led to the residence and the discovery of the meth components. Officers secured the residence until the Michigan State Police Methamphetamine Investigation Team could respond to collect evidence and render the location safe. SSCENT was assisted by the Mason County Sheriff’s Office, Ludington Police Department, and Mason County Child Protective Services.

There are no formal charges at this time as the case is still under investigation pending crime lab results and the identification of other suspects.

SSCENT is a multi-jurisdictional drug task force comprised of the following agencies: Manistee County Sheriff’s Office, Manistee Police Department, Ludington Police Department, Mason County Sheriff’s Office, Oceana County Sheriff’s Office, and the Michigan State Police.

If you would like to provide any drug information call 800-994-TIPS (8477) or Silent Observer at 800-STOPCRIME. You can also logon to www.lsotip.com.

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