SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. — Two men are behind bars after a raid conducted by Michigan State Police turned up a large amount of marijuana, troopers say.
Troopers say that a search warrant was served at a residence in the City of South Haven Tuesday after receiving tips from concerned residents about a suspected marijuana grow operation. Approximately 11 pounds of marijuana, 30 marijuana plants, evidence of marijuana sales and other controlled substances were found found at the home.
Matthew Shaun-Joseph O’Sullivan of South Haven was arrested in connection to the drugs. Another man – Arturo Serratos – showed up while the house was being searched and was arrested on an outstanding warrant. Both were taken to Van Buren County Jail.