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UPDATE: Kalkaska Man Facing Jail Time for Having Guns and Drugs in Home

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A Kalkaska man will spend 1 year in jail after drugs and guns were found at his home on Tamara Street in Kalkaska Township.

Deputies say a 2-year investigation ended when they got a search warrant for Kurt Bell's home.

They say inside they found multiple drugs, including meth and several guns.

Bell will also spend 2 years on probation for the crimes.

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