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Seven arrested for manufacturing meth

May 22, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Seven people were arrested Tuesday morning after law enforcement officers served a search warrant.

The house was located in the 700 block of Oak Hill Drive, within 1,000 feet from Menominee Elementary School.

Arrested were: Jason P. Kennedy, 36; Joseph J.R. Garrison, 33; Lisa A. Mitchell, 40; Jamie Sullivan, 42; Maggie J. Garrison, 30; Amanda R. Miller, 26; and Tonia E. Flowers, 38. All those arrested, with the exception of Flowers, lived at the Oak Hill residence. Flowers’ is from Mishawaka, Ind.

Charges levied against the seven include manufacturing methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school, which is a Class A felony, maintaining a common nuisance and child neglect.

(More information available in the May 22 print edition of The Pilot News.)

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