SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. — More than 50 grams of cocaine and a revolver with the serial number removed were discovered in South Haven when police conducted a search on a suspected Chicago drug runner.
Trevis Loggins was arrested Sept. 24 after a 5-month investigation, according to court documents released Monday.
Loggins is now awaiting federal charges, accused of transporting drugs from Chicago with the intention of selling them in Holland.
In addition to the 56.42 grams of cocaine found in a Cadillac he was driving, the federal agent who wrote the complaint also said nearly 21 grams of other illegal substances were in the vehicle. This included more than 4 grams of crack cocaine.
The investigation into Loggins initially began in April, when the ATF agent said that an informant tipped them off. They then set up controlled drug purchases, and put a GPS tracker on Loggins’ Cadillac.
According to the criminal complaint, Loggins denied any knowledge of the drugs and the gun.
He and the passenger in the car, Demarcus Lyman, were pulled over after allegedly committing several traffic violations in South Haven. Loggins’ next court date has not yet been set.