Five arrested after alleged meth lab bust in Roscommon County

Five arrested after alleged meth lab bust in Roscommon County

ROSCOMMON COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- Five people are arrested after an alleged meth lab bust in St. Helen.

Dominic Crawford, 24, Krista Smith, 26, Beth Nasser, 34, Travis Spragg, 29 and Joshua Fowler, 40, were arrested after a three-month investigation by Richfield Township Public Safety and the Strike Team Investigative Narcotics Group.

A search warrant was issued for a residence in St. Helen in December 2017, in which agents located and seized evidence of meth manufacturing.

Six people have been identified but only five have been arrested at this time.

STING says the evidence was sent to the lab for analysis and reviewed by the Roscommon Prosecutor.

The five people are now charged with 48 counts of various charges including maintaining a methamphetamine lab, purchase pseudoephedrine to manufacture methamphetamine, maintain a drug house, maintaining a lab involving methamphetamine, and maintaining methamphetamine lab near a specified place.

The case is remaining open until the arrest of the sixth person that is involved.

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