LAKE CITY — The Missaukee County Sheriff’s Department and Michigan State Police troopers executed a search warrant at a Lake City home that resulted in the arrest of two adults on charges related to manufacturing methamphetamine and the removal of a 4-year-old child from the residence.
Police conducted the search Thursday, Aug. 28, at a house on North Al Moses Road, according to Detective Lt. Dan King of the Traverse Narcotics Team.
Investigators discovered numerous chemical components and paraphernalia used to manufacture methamphetamine both inside and outside the home, King said.
Ronald Wayne Hahn, 50, Dawn Marie Hahn, 44, both face numerous felony counts.
Each have been charged with operating and maintaining a methamphetamine laboratory while also possessing a firearm, an offense punishable by up to 25 years in prison or a fine of up to $100,000, or both.
They also have been charged with delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine, operating/maintaining a meth lab in the presence of a minor, maintaining a drug house, receiving and concealing stolen firearms, and possessing a firearm in the commission of a felony, including a Stevens Savage .22 rifle and a Ruger .22 single-six pistol.
Marijuana, prescription medication and drug paraphernalia also were seized. Both were charged with possession of marijuana. Additional charges will be sought pending a continued investigation, King said.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Missaukee County Sheriff Jim Bosscher at (231) 839-4338 or King at (231) 779-6005.