CHANNING - Michigan State Police executed a search warrant at a Channing residence which resulted in the discovery of marijuana with a street value of more than $121,500 and the arrest of a subject.
Troopers from the Iron Mountain Post, along with agents from the Michigan Department of Corrections Parole Division responded to a residence in the village of Channing, Sagola Township.
They made contact with a subject wanted for a parole violation and noticed the odor of marijuana inside the residence.
According to a news release issued by the post, a search warrant was obtained, and troopers located a marijuana growing operation inside the residence.
Seized were both growing plants and processed material totaling in excess of $121,500 street value.
Troopers also seized growing and processing equipment.
The subject was lodged in the Dickinson County Jail pending arraignment. The name of the subject is being withheld until arraignment in the 95B District Court.