Insani-T’s Owner Arraigned After Fox 17 Investigation

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MUSKEGON, Mich. –The owner of Insani-T’s, an adult novelty store, was arraigned in a Muskegon County court Thursday afternoon.

Michael Naffie, 58,  was charged with delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance, a 7-year felony.

He will be released on a $10,000 signature bond, meaning he did not have to pay to be released.

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  • James Nicholson

    Your TV report indicated that Mr. Naffie was "arrested by State Police in Northern Michigan." While I understand that there are legal definitions of "arrest" I would like to point out that I was at the Muskegon County Court House this morning just before 8:00 am and saw Mr. Naffie drive into the parking lot and report to the Prosecuting Attorney's office.

  • Grace Petersen

    I met Mike Naffie many years ago at a charity event–he goes to the statewide Special Olympics every year in memory of –I believe–a sister who died and was a special ed. teacher. He is generous and has helped many people without telling anyone–I know this because he once helped me financially without any expectation of being paid back. I also know he has NEVER smoked anything legal or illegal and would not tolerate selling anything illegal. This all sounds suspicious to me. I think prosecuting attorney Hilson learned well from former prosecuting attorney Tony Tague–make a big splash no matter if you are right or not.
    Jessica–you seem so eager to report your own story–YOU have become the story as well–I believe that is not what journalism is about–have you tried to be objective? I don't think so–everyone who knows Mike Naffie knows he would never knowingly sell anything illegally.

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