UPDATE: Meth lab suspect in police custody

Photo Courtesy: Ishpeming Police Department. Police sent ABC 10 a photocopy of Steven Greenleaf’s mugshot in hopes of someone knowing where he is.

UPDATE: Tuesday, December 23 5:21 p.m.

ISHPEMING — The second suspect involved in an Ishpeming meth lab bust is behind bars.

Steven Greenleaf, 29, was arrested by the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement team and the Michigan State Police shortly before 5 p.m. north of the City of Marquette.  He was found at a relatives house on County Road 550 after he was spotted walking along the side of the road.

Greenleaf is in jail on a $100,000 bond.



ISHPEMING — Two people are charged with a felony meth charge in connection to a meth lab that was discovered in Ishpeming over the weekend.

The charges, two counts each of delivery/manufacture of meth, were issued Monday afternoon by the Marquette County Prosecutor’s Office.

Ishpeming Police Chief Dan Willey said one of the suspects, Aimee Fraley, 27, is already lodged in jail.  She was arrested Sunday on an unrelated warrant and her bond is set at $100,000 cash.

Police are looking for the second suspect, 29-year-old Steven Greenleaf.  Anyone with information on Greenleaf’s whereabouts are asked to call the Ishpeming Police Department at (906) 486-4416.

The suspected meth lab was found at an apartment complex on Maurice Street early Sunday morning.