Four arraigned on meth charges
MUNISING – Four people arrested after police found an active meth lab at a residence in Munising were arraigned on Monday.
Keith Anderson, 30, of Christmas; David Gumuski, 28, of Munising; and Fred Hunt, 44, of Munising were all charged with one count of operating/maintaining a meth lab and one count of conspiracy to operate/maintain a meth lab. Amy Rocke, 44, of Novi was charged with one count of possession of meth.
State police from the Munising detachment of the Negaunee post made the arrests at about 9:30 p.m. (Eastern time) on Friday night. Police said the lab was discovered after troopers arrived at 721 West Superior St. to serve a search warrant.
Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) seized components used to manufacture meth, along with the meth produced, and transported them to a secured holding facility.
Troopers and UPSET detectives worked in conjunction with deputies from the Alger County Sheriff Department and officers from the Munising Police department. Police were assisted at the scene by the Munising Fire Department.