A Gladwin man went to jail after state police said they caught him with meth.
At 1:00 a.m. Saturday, troopers from the Michigan State Police Gaylord Post said they stopped a car that was speeding northbound on I-75 near Sturgeon Valley road in Corwith Township.
The registration was expired, troopers said.
State police also noticed a pair of brass knuckles on the center console, they said. Troopers arrested the man after a struggle getting him out of the car, they said.
After searching his car, state police said they found a powder-like substance and that it later tested positive for meth.
While being booked, state police said they found more meth in his wallet.
He faces several charges, including possession of methamphetamine, carrying a concealed weapon and resisting arrest.