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A Harrison man and Lake woman each face charges related to methamphetamine after being caught stealing from a Wal-Mart store in Isabella County’s Union Township.

Zachary Allen Thompson, 25, and Autumn Nicole Wonsey, 19, were jailed after officials were called to a case of retail fraud at the store, 4730 Encore Blvd., at 8:20 p.m. Once deputies arrived, the male suspect attempted to run away, but was caught after a short foot chase.

Deputies were given permission to search the car the couple were using, and found a bottle containing meth as well as other ingredients used to make the drug.

Thompson was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, second-degree retail fraud, and resisting and obstructing police; his bond is set at $60,000. Wonsey faces charged of meth possession and third-degree retail fraud; her bond is set at $50,000.

Deputies were assisted by Mount Pleasant Police, Michigan State Police and the Third District Methamphetamine Team.

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