Two meth labs located in the City of Escanaba

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Five people are in custody after two meth labs were discovered in a five hour span in the city of Escanaba.

On January 26, 2106 at approximately 7:30 P.M. detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) and officer’s from Escanaba Public Safety responded to a residence on the 3100 block of 14th Ave South in the City of Escanaba after they received reports of a possible meth lab.  Detective and officers arrived at the residence and located three individuals and components used to manufacture meth.

All three suspects at the residence were arrested and lodged at the Delta County Jail for charges related to maintaining a drug house and loitering. 

Additional charges relating to manufacturing meth and possession of meth components are expected.

UPSET detectives removed the hazardous meth making materials.

Names of the suspects are being withheld pending arraignment.


On January 27, 2016 at approximately 12:30 A.M. detectives from UPSET responded to a second meth lab located by deputies from the Delta County Sheriff’s Department.  This meth lab was located in a residence on the 300th block of South 18th Street in the City of Escanaba.

There were two people that occupied the residence when the meth lab was located.  Both suspects were lodged at the Delta County Jail on charges relating to manufacturing meth.

The names of the two women arrested are Stacey Marie Osby and Jennifer Lynn Verbrigghe.

The house was evacuated and UPSET Detectives removed the meth lab.

Names of the suspects are being withheld pending arraignment.

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