MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - *Update* 6/19/19, 11:42 a.m
34-year-old Corin Renee Hurst failed to appear for her May 31st court date.
A bench warrant was issued from the Delta County district court for her arrest.
An Ishpeming woman arrested for a meth bust is set for a jury trial in Marquette County Circuit Court.
34-year-old Corin Renee Hurst is charged with controlled substance, delivery and manufacture of meth/ecstasy, two counts of carrying concealed weapons, felony firearms, and maintaining a drug house.
Hurst and three other suspects were arrested by the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team after an investigation was put on for the distribution of meth in Marquette County.
During the course of the investigation last November, a series of traffic stops resulted in the seizure of two loaded firearms and around 30 grams of crystal meth. After the traffic stops, police obtained information that led them to search a motel room in Ishpeming Township where they found a larger quantity of crystal meth and over $3,200 in cash in the room. The street value of the all the drugs seized was estimated at $15,000.
Hurst is due back in court for a final pretrial conference on June 7. A three day jury trial is scheduled for June 18.
Hurst also had retail fraud charges against her, but those charges were recently dropped according to Marquette County District Court.