Bridgeton Bust part of a busy weekend
During this past weekend the Sheriff’s Office took 173 calls for service which included 75 traffic stops.
Then at 02:14am Monday morning, Deputy Rachael Botello conducted a traffic stop on Warner Avenue and 108th Street in Bridgeton Township for a minor traffic violation. During the stop, it was believed that illegal substances may be in the vehicle so a request was placed for Officer Troy Nelson and K9 Bella from the Newaygo Police Department to assist.
After Bella indicated an issue with the vehicle, a search was conducted with over 11 grams of Methamphetamine located. Two individuals from Muskegon were lodged in the Newaygo County Jail for Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver.
This is another great example of departments working together to create a safe environment and keeping illegal substances off the streets.
Here are some of the calls for service done by members of the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office:
Crashes – 8
Driving on a Suspended License – 5
Driving without Insurance – 7
Assaults and Batteries – 3
Warrant Arrests – 4
Operating While intoxicated – 3
Trespassing – 7
Resist and Obstruct Police Officer – 1
False Information to Police Officer – 1
Possession of Meth - 3