Two arrested on multiple drug charges in Fabius

Two people were charged with drug-related offenses and an unspecified number of children were taken from a Fabius Township residence raided by police earlier this week.
The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department said investigators from the St. Joseph County Area Narcotics unit executed a search warrant after they were provided information by parole agents from the Michigan Department of Corrections conducting a compliance check on a parolee.
The department of corrections members found a marijuana grow and possible methamphetamine production inside the residence.
Officers obtained a search warrant for the residence and removed several methamphetamine labs from the house. The two adult residents were arrested on charges of operating and maintaining a methamphetamine lab, possession of methamphetamine, felony firearms, manufacturing marijuana and maintaining a drug house.
Children living at the residence were removed by St. Joseph County Child Protective Services.

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