Two Kalkaska Co. Residents Arrested for Possession, Intent to Deliver Meth
Two Kalkaska County residents have been arrested for possession and intent to deliver methamphetamine, according to the Traverse Narcotics Team (TNT).
TNT Detectives and Conservation Officers from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conducted search warrants at a home in Cold Springs Township in Kalkaska County on Feb. 25.
They say a man at the home was suspected of violating several conservation laws, illegally possessing weapons and was involved in the trafficking of crystal methamphetamine.
During the execution of the search warrant, TNT seized about 40 grams of crystal meth, several grams of fentanyl and related drug paraphernalia.
Additionally, DNR officers seized nine firearms, including two unregistered handguns and one stolen shotgun.
According to TNT, Christopher Logan, 29, was arraigned Feb. 25 for possession with the intent to deliver methamphetamine, habitual offender 2nd notice. He was given a $100,000 cash bond.
A woman at the home, 29-year-old Emily Atkinson, was also arraigned on Feb. 25 for possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine. She was issued a $50,000 cash bond.
The investigation is on-going and additional charges are being sought out with the Kalkaska County Prosecutor’s Office.