Police Arrest Man For Faking Drug Screenings - Northern Michigan's News Leader

Police Arrest Man For Faking Drug Screenings

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A man is charged with forging drug screenings, making it look like a woman was passing the court-ordered tests.

Ryan Gubbins, the owner of Tri-County Monitoring of Grand Traverse County, was arrested Sunday.

Deputies were asked by the 86th District Court to investigate when a woman began missing her scheduled drug tests back in June.

Deputies say that's when they discovered Gubbins had been forging that woman's screenings from October until May.

Gubbins was charged on Monday, but due to a conflict of interest, the district court judges will not oversee his preliminary hearing. 
 
 
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