GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Twelve people are facing federal drug trafficking charges for allegedly conspiring to sell in Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties.
On Wednesday, over 100 federal, state and local officers executed search and arrest warrants in five counties in Michigan.
The investigators took cocaine, fentanyl, heroin, over a kilogram of methamphetamine, over 50 pounds of processed marijuana and over 300 marijuana plants, in addition to other controlled substances. Officers also took three handguns and over $50,000.
The following people are charged:
Andrew Bravo, 37, of Battle Creek
Wayne Hawley, 40, of Battle Creek
Christopher, 43, of Battle Creek
Erineo Wallace, 44, of Lansing
Sharell Lana-Mika Hall, 32, of Dearborn
James Shelton Jr., 37, of Battle Creek
Jeremiah Smith, 32, of Kalamazoo
Rodney Compton, 30, of Kalamazoo
Mark Mosley, 44, of Battle Creek
Cory Cadieux, 39, of Battle Creek
Troy Bush, 44, of Kalamazoo
Donald Mosley, 49, of Battle Creek