Pot Plants, Cars, Cocaine & Cash Seized In State Police Raid

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich. – Michigan State Police seized 32 pounds of marijuana, 207 pot plants, hash, oils, waxes, and powder cocaine.  They also took a 2010 Dodge Charger, a 2013 Dodge Journey, and 2007 BMW along with $201,000 in cash into evidence.

The Southwest Enforcement Team (SWET) spent months investigating.  The results of the investigation were acted out in five search warrants regarding the illegal sale of marijuana at the Compassion Center in Battle Creek.

State Police spent most of the day at the dispensary on Territorial Road near 20th Street on Thursday pulling evidence from the building.

Police say they have identified four main suspects.  No arrests have been made but the findings have been turned over to the Calhoun County Prosecutor’s Office.

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  • Dissatisfied Community Member

    I am so tired of the police using and abusing the the fact that our laws are not defined enough……..We spoke when we voted and passed the laws! This country is supposed to be delegated by the laws WE pass, not on the opinions of the prosecutors and police! I am a patient and use to control my pain instead of taking the highly addictive narcotics and becoming an addict! So now where do i get my medicine? I feel the state is trying trying to force me to use narcotics!

    • oil user

      the dispensary would probably still be open if they weren't doing something illegal, cocaine: REALLY!!! this has to be done legally in order for it to work, cocaine is illegal and a bad drug, its people like this that is making it hard for everyone else. I agree the laws are not worded right. OIL is the way to go for medicinal purposes!!!

      • Anon

        COCAINE WAS ONLY FOUND AT ONE OF THE SUSPECTS HOUSES!! NOT AT THE DISPENCERY!! And it is not people like this that is ruining it for everyone! All the dispencerys in battle creek and Springfield have have been raided now. So really it is the police over using their power.

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