Michigan State Police troopers arrested a woman for suspected meth and analogues during a routine traffic stop. She also had multiple warrants for her arrest.
The MSP Jackson Post reports that during a traffic stop on a vehicle for a moving violation, the 42-year-old Stockbridge woman was found to be driving on an expired license and had three warrants for her arrest.
The warrants included shoplifting out of Blackman Township, retail fraud out of Mason and a third out of Stockbridge.
Troopers searched the woman’s vehicle, and found suspected methamphetamine and suspected analogues. Analogues are described as a substance that is chemically similar to other controlled substances.
The woman was arrested and lodged at the Jackson County Jail.
Troopers also made several other arrests relating to methamphetamine over the weekend.
The post reports that two people, a 44-year-old Jackson man and a 34-year-old Jackson woman, were arrested for possession of suspected meth. The man also provided troopers with a false name, and had had two warrants for his arrest involving cocaine.