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daniel-david-wilson-bf9b63f45ca747cfLINCOLN TOWNSHIP, MI — A Michigan man was arrested after police investigated a report that his 9-year-old son was treated for methamphetamine exposure, the Clare County Sheriff’s Department reports.

The case began with a call about 9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8, to Clare County Central Dispatch from University of Michigan Medical Center – Clare reporting the boy being treated.

Deputies went to the hospital and spoke with the person who brought the child for treatment. Police allege the father of the child was in the process of cooking methamphetamine when the child was exposed.

Deputies found the address of a residence in the area of Birch Street in Lake George where the boy’s father resides and responded along with members of the Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team.

Deputies found the boy’s father, 51-year-old Daniel D. Wilson, and found components for making methamphetamine present at the residence, police said.

He was arrested and lodged in the Clare County Jail on charges of maintaining a drug house.

The Clare County Prosecutor’s Office on Thursday, April 9, charged Wilson with operating a lab involving methamphetamine. He was arraigned by Magistrate Karen Willing in 80th District Court and his bond was set at $50,000. He remains lodged.

The child was treated and released to a family member in another county.

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