ESCANABA — An investigation by police has resulted in the arrest of three people on various drug charges.
Detectives with the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) were alerted Tuesday that the suspects had purchased components used to manufacture meth. Police then searched a home on North 16th Street, which resulted in the seizure of various meth related components.
Through their investigation, police arrested 52-year-old Robert Jones, 21-year-old Marissa Tallberg and 31-year-old Alice Revis.
Jones is charged with manufacturing meth and conspiracy to manufacture meth. Tallberg is facing a felony charge of conspiracy to manufacture meth.
Revis is charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth, possession of marijuana and frequenting a drug house.
All three suspects were lodged in the Delta County Jail and were arraigned in the 94th District Court. Officers with Escanaba Public Safety assisted with the investigation.