CALVIN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - A man was arrested and two juveniles were removed from a home during a methamphetamine bust in Cass County.
Paul Canen III, 40, was taken into custody and later arraigned for possession of meth and maintaining a drug house. He is in jail on a $15,000 bond, and more charges may be added in the case, police said.
Cass County Drug Enforcement Team was dispatched Aug. 22 to a residence on Crooked Creek Road near Brownsville Road in Calvin Township.
Detectives searched the home and found meth and meth-related items.
Due to the conditions of the home and the presence of meth, Children's Protective Services was called to the scene.
As the investigation continues, you are asked to call police at 269.782.5206 or a tip line at 1.800.462.9328, or leave an anonymous web tip at www.ccso.info.
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