UPDATE — 9:55 a.m., Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Members of the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) and the Forsyth Township Police Department are investigating a meth lab that was discovered Tuesday afternoon at a residence in K.I. Sawyer.
According to Forsyth Police Chief Gordon Warchock, officers were called to an unoccupied residence on the 300 block of Dart Street around 3:30 p.m. UPSET Detectives were called in to cleanup the remnants of a meth lab.
Lt. Tim Scholander with UPSET says his team removed nine buckets of hazardous waste from the residence. At this time, no arrests have been made.
Anyone with information about the meth lab is asked to contact the Forsyth Township Police Department at (906) 346-9224.
K.I. SAWYER– Authorities in K.I. Sawyer spent part of Tuesday night cleaning up what appears to be an suspected meth lab.
Members of the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team were at a residence on Dart Street in K.I. Sawyer just before 5 P.M. The Forsyth fire department was called in to assist at the scene.
According to Forsyth Police the residence is abandoned.
At this time authorities had no comment on any arrests or injuries.
We pass along more information once it’s released.