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The suspect, whose name is being withheld pending his arraignment, was lodged in the Alpena County Jail on the charge of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, a 20 year felony. HUNT detectives are seeking an additional number of methamphetamine related felony charges through the Alpena County Prosecutor's office against the suspect and those individuals identified as being directly involved with and assisting the suspect in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. HUNT detectives expect to make additional arrests pertaining to this case in the near future.

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During the early morning hours of July 17,HUNT detectives with assistance from the Alcona County Sheriff Department, conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle containing 3 individuals from Alpena who were headed downstate to secure a load of heroin. During the traffic stop, detectives seized several thousand dollars that is believed to be the profits from previous heroin sales in Alpena. The seized money was going to be used to purchase a large amount of heroin from the downstate area that was to be brought back and re-sold throughout Alpena. One of the suspects in the vehicle, a 32 year old Alpena man with a lengthy criminal history, was arrested on 2 felony counts of delivery of heroin and 1 felony count of conspiracy to deliver heroin stemming from an investigation that began in March of Detectives also charged the man with 1 count of felony absconding after he recently absconded from the Michigan Department of Corrections.

Additional felony charges are being sought through the Alpena County Prosecutor's office for the remaining individuals in the vehicle. Detectives were assisted at the scene by the Alcona County Sheriff Department. After receiving numerous tips regarding suspected narcotics trafficking, HUNT initiated an investigation which revealed one of the residents within the trailer park was trafficking a large amount of narcotics on a regular basis. During the execution of the search warrant, numerous people were located within the residence, including one female juvenile and a male suspect who was wanted out of Alpena County on two outstanding warrants.

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During the search warrant HUNT detectives located narcotics packaged for street sales, narcotics paraphernalia, an amount of cash, and an illegal, loaded handgun. Detectives also located an infant child within the residence. The 19 year old Alpena man, whose name is being withheld pending his arraignment, was lodged in the Alpena County Jail on felony charges of Possession with intent to Deliver Marijuana, Delivery of Marijuana, and Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony. Additional felony narcotics and firearms charges as well as narcotics violations within a school zone are being sought through the Alpena County Prosecutor's office.

The search revealed a significant amount of suspected heroin packaged in a manner that is consistent with the street level sale of the drug. A 26 year old female resident of Gaylord was arrested at the scene and lodged in the Alpena County Jail for Conspiracy to Deliver Heroin. The female will face additional charges in Otsego County as a result of the investigation on this date. The investigation was originated approximately one week ago in Alpena by HUNT when detectives revealed a connection between heroin sources in Alpena and Gaylord. HUNT has arrested four additional subjects as a result of the investigation and more arrests are anticipated in both Alpena and Gaylord.

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Additional arrests and charges are expected. Frank Keck, "The illegal use and sales of prescription narcotics have skyrocketed in the past decade. Some people are under the impression that because they have doctor prescribed medications they are safe to use in excess, which is a dangerous belief. Combine that belief with the illegal sales of prescription narcotics, which are going to people who have no idea how they will react to a particular narcotic, and the result can be deadly. HUNT is happy to provide this type of training and work with local physicians and pharmacies in an attempt to stop the sales and abuse of prescription narcotics.

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Frank Keck, "this recent round of arrests once again shows the influx of methamphetamine in our community. We are not going to stand by and watch our community be overtaken by such a dangerous and destructive drug. We all stand to lose a lot if a narcotic such as methamphetamine gets a stronghold in our community, and we will fight hard to keep that from happening. The latest arrests came after the Alpena County Prosecutor's office reviewed the case and issued multiple warrants stemming from a June, investigation, in which HUNT executed two search warrants in Hubbard Lake after receiving information from an Alpena County Deputy regarding methamphetamine production.

During the search warrant execution HUNT detectives located multiple precursors, components, and containers all used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine at each residence. HUNT detectives also located remnants of several "One Pot" methamphetamine cooks at one of the residences. The names of the females are being withheld pending their arraignment in the 88th District Court. Frank Keck, "The arrests of these individuals have gone a long way in combating methamphetamine production in the Hubbard Lake area, but as this investigation continues I fully expect additional arrests in the future, as other suspects are currently being developed.

Lockwood, who HUNT had previously arrested in March of during a methamphetamine manufacturing investigation, had been sentenced on those charges and failed to show up to begin serving her sentence at the Alpena County Jail. The original invesitigation took place on U. HUNT detectives began actively searching for Lockwood after she failed to turn herself in and had received information that she was actively attempting to avoid capture by law enforcement. After watching the vehicle stop at a local business, HUNT detectives made contact with Lockwood and took her into custody without incident. Lockwood was lodged in the Alpena County Jail to complete serving her sentence from the original methamphetamine charges and for the new charge of felony absconding.

Deputies from the Alpena County Sheriff Department were investigating an unrelated complaint at one of the Hubbard Lake residences when they received information regarding methamphetamine being manufactured at that residence. Deputies contacted HUNT detectives who responded to the scene, and ultimately executed a search warrant at that residence as well as a second nearby residence which was already under investigation by HUNT detectives for manufacturing methamphetamine. During the execution of both search warrants, detectives found multiple precursors, components, and containers all used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine at each residence.

Detectives also located the remnants of several "one-pot" cooks at one of the residences. During the execution of the search warrant at the second residence, HUNT detectives arrested one of the suspects who had arrived at the scene and was caught trying to break into the back of the residence to remove evidence. The suspect was transported from the scene by Alpena County deputies and lodged in the Alpena County Jail on resisting and obstructing charges. Frank Keck, "Once again we are seeing methamphetamine being manufactured within our community. This was another great example of the officers that are working the road recognizing the components used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine, contacting us HUNTand the result being multiple meth labs discovered and shut down.

Manufacturing methamphetamine is a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison, and conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine is a felony punishable by up to 7 years in prison. Alpena Central dispatch dispatched an officer from the Alpena Police Department to investigate the found items. After arriving on scene and viewing the found items, the APD officer recognized some of the items as possibly having been used to manufacture methamphetamine and contacted HUNT to further evaluate the scene. HUNT detectives arrived on scene and confirmed that the items had been used to manufacture methamphetamine, with the by-products and components being dumped along the river bank. Due to the hazardous nature of the components once they are combined, methamphetamine responders from both HUNT and the 7th District Methamphetamine Response Team were called to secure and clean up the scene.

It has not yet been determined if the actual cook took place along the river bank where the components were found, or if the suspect s only dumped the components and by-products there. Among the products found were glass and plastic mixing jars, coffee filters, a knife, a plastic bottle which served as a gas generator during the cooking process, plastic tubing and drain cleaner. It was also apparent that the suspect s dumped some of the hazardous liquid by-product onto the ground, where it ran down the riverbank toward the river. This dump site is a well-traveled area where people walk and fish, and someone still dumped their meth components here, and possibly dumped those toxins into our river system.

The call to by a citizen and the observations made by the APD officer to recognize this as more than just a littering complaint are outstanding, and go a long way toward protecting our community. HUNT has been providing methamphetamine awareness training for several months to area departments, citizens, and special interest groups throughout our community, and hopefully this is a result of that training. HUNT detectives were able to gather enough information regarding Shermerhorn's route of travel and vehicle information to conduct a traffic stop prior to the illegal narcotics being delivered. The traffic stop resulted in the seizure of a large amount of Valium pills and an amount of marijuana.

During the investigation detectives further learned that Schermerhorn had travelled from Flint to Alcona County for the sole purpose of delivering illegal narcotics. Frank Keck, Commanding Officer of HUNT, "This was a great case and example of the importance of having a narcotics team that can act quickly once a tip is received. The only reason this man was here was so he could deliver illegal narcotics to Alcona County and make a quick profit. HUNT was able to react quickly to the tip, confirm its validity, and arrest the individual before those illegal narcotics made it into our community. US 23 in Sanborn Township, resulting in the arrests of 3 local individuals involved in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Late last week, while investigating an unrelated narcotics case, HUNT detectives learned of two Sanborn Township residents and a third Alpena resident who were alleged to be involved together in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

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HUNT identified the two Sanborn residents as a father and son who resided in the same household, and the Alpena Fuck sluts in japan as being a female and girlfriend to the younger of the two male suspects. During the search warrant the father and son, along with the son's girlfriend who was the third suspect, were all located within the residence. As a result of the search warrant, multiple precursors, components, and containers all used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine were located within the residence. While executing the first search warrant, contact was made with the next door neighbor, and detectives quickly learned the neighbor was also involved with the original suspects in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

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At the time of arrest, one of the suspects who is a registered sex offender, was currently on parole after receiving convictions for criminal sexual conduct 2nd degree and possession of child sexually abusive material. In addition, several other suspects have been identified and more arrests are expected in the near future. The convicted felon, using a name under which she had obtained a Michigan operator's license, had obtained a permit to purchase a Buy hookers in presque isle handgun by providing false information to a local sporting goods store. The woman then purchased and registered Frankfort girls who want sex in upernavik handgun through Cheboygan County, and gave the firearm to her boyfriend who was unable to purchase handguns in Michigan.

During the search detectives encountered a grenade hidden within the residence. Further, detectives recovered the "straw" purchased handgun, a second unregistered handgun, and three improperly registered handguns. Felony charges will be sought on both the male and female suspects in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties. During the training provided by HUNT, fire department members were shown the different components, chemicals, materials, and types of methamphetamine labs that emergency personnel may encounter inside and outside a residence when responding to reported fires or medical emergencies.

In addition to discussing fire fighters' roles at the scene of a methamphetamine lab, detectives also provided information detailing the short term and long term health side effects of using methamphetamine that first responders may encounter on emergency medical calls. Frank Keck, "The training we are providing is important to our emergency responders. A lot of the training regarding methamphetamine labs provided to our first responders and firemen was given several years ago. Since that time the process and some of the components for producing methamphetamine has changed drastically. The labs have also become more mobile. As we are asked to expand our role, we want other agencies in and around our multi-county operating area to know that we are willing to provide this training.

It's important to educate, assist, and provide safer operating conditions for anyone who may be encountering this type of situation" Keck stated. The training is not limited to law enforcement or emergency personnel. The man had been identified as being the third suspect in a home invasion that occurred in Alpena Township on December 7,in which a 73 year-old woman had been assaulted during the crime. Detectives were able to locate the man and learn that he was enroute to conduct a narcotics transation in the parking lot of a business in Ossineke. Upon seeing the man arrive at the business, HUNT detectives, with the assistance of troopers from the Michigan State Police, attempted to place him under arrest.

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