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UPDATE: 3 People Charged for Delivering And Making Narcotics in Oceana County

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Police arrested three men for having cocaine in Oceana County.

Michigan State Police pulled over a car Friday October 11th in Hart Township on US-31 and found more than 1,000 grams of cocaine.

SSCENT was called to the scene to further investigate the car, as a result they found an additional 56 grams of cocaine, a semi-automatic pistol, and cash.

The 3 suspects are facing possession with intent to deliver over 1,000 grams of cocaine.

 

Jesus Avilez-Perez, Angel Viti-Perez and Abel Gamez-Morales are all being held on $100,000 bonds in the Oceana County Jail.

They're each charged with delivering and making more than 650 grams of narcotics.

 

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