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UPDATE: Osceola County Man Accused of Making Meth

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An Osceola County man is in jail tonight, accused of making meth.

A tip came in to the Traverse Narcotics Team early Tuesday.

After obtaining a warrant, TNT, along with the Osceola County Sheriff's Department, and Michigan State Police searched the home on 21 Mile Road in Sherman Township, around 10:30pm.

9&10 News was on scene as TNT recovered chemicals and components used to make meth.

They tell us there were a number of one-pot meth labs.

Police arrested Samuel Engler and is charged with operating a meth lab, delivering a controlled substance and maintaining a drug house.  

He is currently in the Osceola County jail.

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