Two Sault Ste. Marie residents are facing drug charges after their arrests last week.
Jerry Cadwell, 32, was arraigned in Chippewa County District Court Friday. He is charged with three counts of delivery/manufacture of marijuana and one count of maintaining a drug house.
Cadwell’s bond is set at $500,000.
Trevor Pride, 19, was also arraigned Friday and is charged with two counts of delivery/manufacture of marijuana.
His bond is set at $100,000 with tether.
They are both scheduled to appear in court April 3 for preliminary exams.
In addition to those charges, Pride is facing numerous other drug charges from a separate arrest in December. He was charged with a delivery of marijuana, felony firearm possession, conspiracy to deliver marijuana, and altering the identification of a firearm.
There is no information Pride’s next Circuit Court date in that case.