ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) - UPDATE: Friday, Jan. 17, 3:35p:
Jusr trials have been scheduled for two men arrested after a methamphetamine investigation involving hotels in the Escanaba area.
48-year-old Daniel Kurth is scheduled for a jury trial on 2 cases. The first trial is set for April 16-20. And another one is set to begin on April 27.
44-year-old Donal Kurth is scheduled for a jury trial March 31-April 2.
UPDATE at 8:50 p.m. Monday:
The names of two of the individuals who were arrested after a meth investigation involving hotels in the Escanaba area, have been released.
On March 11, 2019, Daniel Paul Kurth, 48, of Eunis, Louisiana, was arraigned on charges of Possession with Intent to Deliver Methamphetamine.
Donald James Kurth, 44, of Gladstone, was also arraigned on charges of Possession of Methamphetamine.
The Delta County Sheriff Department is continuing to investigate the incident.
Three people were arrested after a meth investigation involving hotels in the Escanaba area.
According to the Delta County Sheriff's Office, a deputy conducted a traffic stop Saturday in Escanaba.
Using information gathered during the stop, a multi-agency investigation was launched involving Escanaba Public Safety, Michigan State Police and the Delta County Prosecutor’s Office.
Searches were conducted at three local hotels. Approximately 3 ounces of Methamphetamine and a large amount of US currency were seized.
Authorities say three people were arrested on various charges and were lodged at the Delta County Correctional Facility.
Their names are being withheld their pending arraignment.