Meth_ArrestLast Thursday afternoon, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was on Michigan Street when he observed 39 year old Michael W. Arquette of Plymouth driving northbound and knew he had an active warrant for his arrest for Dealing Methamphetamines.

Trooper Caswell assisted with his K9. While doing a “walk-around” the dog indicated the presence of some type of narcotics.

MugShot_Drudge, JuliannaA passenger in the vehicle, 37 year old Julianna M. Drudge also of Plymouth was searched in the traffic stop and a box with various types of drugs was located on her side of the vehicle.  When she was searched at the jail, another small container of suspected methamphetamines was located under her clothing.

MugShot_Arquette, MichaelMichael Arquette, of Candy Lane in Plymouth was charged with Possession of Meth and held on a $3,000 cash bond.  His warrant for Dealing in Meth carries a $20,000 cash bond.

Julianna Drudge was held for Dealing in Meth, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Meth and held on a $1,500 cash bond until 1 a.m. on April 20th when her bond was paid and she was released with a May 29th initial hearing in Marshall Superior Court I.


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