SULLIVAN, N.Y. (WSTM/WTVH) – A joint investigation by members of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and the NY State Police has led to the arrest of 3 men for making meth close to an elementary school.c4c3379f-55d3-48ca-aeba-7fb2b159cc6c-large16x9_gorman

Authorities executed a search warrant at 9075 North Road in the Town of Sullivan late last week. The search warrant lead to the arrest of 3 suspects.

52-year-old Michael Gorman, pictured in his mugshot with what appears to be flame tattoos on his eyebrows, was charged with unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the 3rd degree, a class D Felony, criminal possession of methamphetamine manufacturing material in the 2nd degree, a Misdemeanor, and conspiracy in the 5th degree, a class A misdemeanor. The suspect was arraigned in Sullivan Town Court and taken to Madison County Jail on $15,000 cash bail of $30,000 bond. He’s due back in court today, June 28th.

59-year-old Jeffrey Burchell of Bridgeport was charged with unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the 3rd degree, a class D Felony, and conspiracy in the 5th degree, a misdemeanor.

Lastly, 26-year-old Michael Brocious of Georgetown was charged with unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the 3rd degree, a class D Felony, criminal possession of methamphetamine manufacturing material in the 2nd degree, a misdemeanor, criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 2nd degree, a Felony, and conspiracy in the 5th degree, a misdemeanor. Brocious was arraigned at Sullivan Town Court and taken to Madison County Jail on $35,000 cash bail or $70,000 bond. He’s due back in court today, June 28th.

Madison County Sheriff Allen Riley says that efforts were made to shutting down the operation diligently and quickly due to the area’s proximity to the elementary school. Additionally, the Sheriff’s Office worked with the school to make sure no children were in the building when the search warrant was executed.

 

 

 

 

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