The Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team tells WNEM.com that three people have been arrested for their involvement in the sale and delivery of heroin.
The arrests come following an investigation into the sale of heroin on Chippewa Indian Tribal Land in Isabella County.
Detectives say the Isabella County Prosecutor's office is charging the three with delivery and conspiracy to deliver heroin.
The three people, all Mount Pleasant residents, were arraigned on Tuesday on five counts each of delivery of heroin and two counts each of conspiracy to deliver heroin. Authorities said Terrance Peters, 23, had his bond set at $1 million. Marcos Martinez, 33, had his bond set at $500,000. Lastly, Jasmine Monroe, 19, was given a $750,000 bond.
The exact amount of heroin involved was not disclosed by police. All three remain lodged at the Isabella County Jail.
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