IRON MOUNTAIN — A lengthy drug investigation has resulted in the arrest of five southern U.P. residents. The KIND Drug Enforcement Team and Dickinson County Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Richards announced the arrests in a joint statement Wednesday.
40-year-old Heather Schoen of Kingsford is charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and one count of maintaining a drug house. 28-year-old Dan Jahnke of Iron Mountain is also charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, with a habitual offender second offense notice. 31-year-old Nikolis Grailer of Norway is charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance with a habitual offender third offense notice. 32-year-old Heather Degenaer of Wilson is charged with two counts of delivery of marijuana and two counts of operating with a suspended license. 21-year-old Matthew Neumann of Kingsford is also charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance.
Degenaer and Neumann are scheduled for preliminary exams in District Court on July 15th. The remaining suspects will be appearing in Circuit Court beginning July 7th.
The arrests resulted from a several month long investigation by the KIND Drug Enforcement Team. The Iron Mountain Police Department, Kingsford Public Safety Department, and the Dickinson County Sheriff’s Department all assisted in the investigation.