Four arrested on multiple charges

Four people were arrested by Three Rivers Police last week in an operation that involved the Michigan Department of Corrections’ Absconding Recovery Unit.
Three Rivers Chief Tom Bringman said a fugitive under surveillance was seen leaving a residence shortly before 6:30 p.m. Friday in the 400 block of 9th Avenue. The vehicle in which he was a passenger was stopped and K9 Jake was brought to the scene.
Due to Jake’s demeanor as he stood near the vehicle, officers conducted a search of its interior. Officers discovered backpacks containing heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and prescription drugs. In addition, officers recovered electronic devices, burglary tools, and stolen state and military identifications, police said.
A 30-year-old woman from Battle Creek, a 44-year-old Three Rivers man and two Sturgis men, ages 23 and 21, were arrested. They were charged with possession with intent to deliver meth; possession of meth, heroin, cocaine and prescription medication; possession of burglary tools; parole violation; harboring a fugitive; and absconding parole.

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