Muskegon man believed to be major drug dealer arrested.

September 6, 2018


Muskegon man believed to be major drug dealer arrested.


LUDINGTON — A Muskegon man, who is believed to be a major drug dealer, was arrested recently by the local police. David Ramone Wilson, 46, of 519 McLaughlin Ave., Muskegon has been arraigned twice in 79th District Court over the past two weeks. Wilson was apprehended by law enforcement on Foster Street near Lavinia Street on Aug. 17. The initial arresting agency was Ludington Police Department. Following the arrest, he was arraigned for a felony of second-offense cocaine possession and a misdemeanor of marijuana possession. In a separate file, Wilson was charged with assaulting/resisting/obstructing police and a misdemeanor of malicious destruction of property less than $200.

On Aug. 30, Wilson was arraigned on the charges of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, possession with intent to deliver heroin and possession with intent to deliver cocaine. All the charges are felonies punishable by up to 20 years in prison and/or a $25,000 fine. Because of Wilson’s criminal history, a habitual offender fourth offense notice has been filed with the court subjecting Wilson to an enhanced prison sentence if convicted.

Wilson has been the subject of an ongoing investigation initiated by SSCENT (State, Sheriff’s, Chief’s Enforcement of Narcotics Team) in 2016.  Wilson is believed to be one of the top suppliers of methamphetamine and heroin to the Ludington area, according to a press release from SSCENT. The Mason County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit assisted in the arrest.


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