Three month old found in meth investigation across from St. Joseph High School

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ST. JOSEPH, Mich. — A three month old infant was found Monday during a meth investigation directly across from St. Joseph High School.

Katlynn Dee-Ann Williams, 19,  was pulled over in her vehicle and taken into custody because of a probation violation.

Upon a resulting search of Williams’ residence on Lakeshore Dr. in St. Joseph, the Southwest Enforcement Team (SWET) discovered a three-month-old infant and called Child Protective Services to assist in the investigation.  There is no information being released on who the infant belonged to.

Deputies also found several meth components, an active reaction vessel and finished meth product.

Katlynn Williams is now facing meth charges, along with Chase Franklin Hall, 26, and Roger Lynn Doss, 50, who were both inside the home.

Two more occupants of the residence, Joshua Hengstebeck, 25, and Amanda Coulson, 25, were arrested on outstanding  warrants.

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