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6 arrested, 3 children removed during meth investigation

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(Source: Huron County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Huron County Sheriff's Office)
(Source: Huron County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Huron County Sheriff's Office)
HURON COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

Six people have been taken into custody and three children removed after investigators said they found an active meth lab.

Huron County Prosecuting Attorney Timothy Rutkowski said two homes were searched Friday morning after a concerned resident contacted police about suspicious activity.

Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson said a home on the 300 block of Whitelam Street in Bad Axe, and another at the intersection of Sullivan Road and Learman Road in Verona Township were searched.

An active meth lab was found in the Bad Axe home and meth lab components were found in the Verona Township location, according to Hanson.

Three children were removed from the Bad Axe home and are being checked.

More than 20 grams of processed meth was found and seized during the investigation. Officials also seized $600 in cash, marijuana, a large amount of unprocessed meth, meth components, packaging material, drug paraphernalia, cell phones and other incidentals.

The following were charged in connection to the investigation:

  • Gregory Delmarter, 33, of Mt. Pleasant, was charged with operating a meth lab,  operating a meth lab with a minor, and possession of meth.
  •  Jonathan Boyce, 21, of Bad Axe, was charged with operating a meth lab, operating a meth lab with a minor, and possession of meth.
  • Billie Angell, 33, of Mt. Pleasant, was charged with operating a meth lab.
  • Ray Lane, 33, of Bad Axe, was charged with operating a meth lab.
  • Michael Boyce, 34, of Bad Axe, was charged with operating a meth lab.
  • Denise Williams, 35, of Mt. Pleasant, was charged with operating a lab.

The investigation continues and there is a possibility more people may be charged, Rutkowski said.

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