The Sturgis Police Department received reports about a retail fraud occurring on Tuesday evening. When they tracked down the suspect, the police reportedly found a meth lab cooking in a vehicle located nearby. Special meth techs were needed to dispose of the hazardous materials. As for the suspect, he was charged with retail fraud and meth production.
Methamphetamine is a Schedule 2 drug that has a high potential for abuse and addiction. Conviction on a methamphetamine related crime may result in a lengthy prison term. If you or someone you know has been charged with a meth-related crime or even a retail fraud crime, contact a Michigan criminal defense lawyer at Freedman & Freedman to find out what we can do to help you.