Two Arrested In Grand Traverse County Drug Bust
Grand Traverse County deputies took two people into custody following a tip.
Late last week, the sheriff’s office interdiction team stopped a vehicle in the area of Chums Corners.
Deputies say the car was suspected to be involved in meth sales.
Two people, a man and a woman, were inside the vehicle and were found to have warrants.
And, during an investigation, deputies also learned the vehicle was stolen from Kalamazoo.
A search then found 58 grams of meth and three grams of suspected heroin that police say was packaged for distribution.
A search was soon executed at an area hotel room where the two had been staying.
Deputies say evidence of drug sales and a small amount of suspected meth were found there.
Ammunition and gun components were also located.
A 36-year-old Interlochen man was arrested for multiple warrants, drug crimes, having the stolen car, and possessing ammo.
A 35-year-old Traverse City woman was arrested on multiple warrants, as well.