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Robbery Leads To Meth Arrest

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The man accused of robbing a credit union and making meth has been officially charged, and so has his partner in crime.

Clinton Cole is accused of robbing Wexford Community Credit Union in Cadillac in October.

This week, Cole was charged with armed robbery, being an habitual offender, operating a meth lab and maintaining a drug house.

During the investigation, police searched Ruth Loomis's home.

She was Cole's suspected accomplice.

Police found meth-making materials in her home, and some money from the credit union.

She's charged with operating a meth lab, maintaining a drug house and being a habitual offender.  

Both will return to court next week.

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