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4 arrested after discovery of mobile meth lab

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Four people were arrested after a mobile methamphetamine lab was discovered in Mid-Michigan.

The lab was discovered on April 15 on US-10 near Garfield Road during a traffic stop.

A 2015 GMC Sierra pickup truck was stopped for a moving violation. During the traffic stop a trooper from the Michigan State Police Tri-City Post developed probable cause to search the vehicle, police said.

The search led to the discovery of the meth lab.

The Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team processed the vehicle and removed the hazardous materials, police said.

Police also seized items suspected in making meth, marijuana, a handgun, ammunition and other drug paraphernalia, police said.

Curtis Bradshaw, 47, Nichole Lilly, 31, Brian Zahn, 36, and Mariah Labonte, 23, were arrested and charged with delivery and manufacture of meth.

Bradshaw was also charged with possession of marijuana, felony firearm and carrying a concealed weapon.

Labonte was also charged with furnishing false information to police.

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