Three generations of a Macomb County family are charged with selling cocaine, ecstasy, marijuana, K2 and hydrocodone out of a pair of Shelby Township businesses.
Michigan authorities say they eradicated more than 1,700 marijuana plants worth an estimated $1.7 million following a tip that led them to a growing operation.
Police on Wednesday raided three local stores following months of accusations they were selling synthetic drugs.
Detroit police stumbled onto a major marijuana growing operation Thursday afternoon on the city’s west side.
A 34-year-old Pontiac man faces drug charges after police said they caught him with a large stash of marijuana and cocaine.
Detroit Police say bags of drugs from a 4-year-old case were accidentally displayed during a news conference intended to showcase the results of a recent seizure.
Over a million dollars in illegal drugs have been taken off the streets of Detroit.
Just hours after Macomb County banned the sale of designer drugs, two owners of a Roseville store are accused of selling them.
Detroit Police say a tip by a concerned citizen led them to a vacant home where over $700,000 in illegal drugs were confiscated.
Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard says three search warrants were executed on May 4th and drugs were confiscated.