Police make meth arrest

ROCK – A 49-year-old Rock man remains lodged in the county jail after officially being charged with possession of methamphetamine this afternoon, according to court officials.

James Dean Wyatt, of 14512 M-35, Rock, was arraigned today in Delta County District Court and officially charged with the 10-year felony. Cash bond is set at $5,000 cash.

Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) arrested Wyatt at his home in Rock on Wednesday during an investigation involving the alleged manufacturing of methamphetamine at the residence.

During execution of a search warrant on the property, detectives located components for manufacturing meth, finished meth product, firearms, and an active “one pot” meth lab, according to a news release from UPSET.

Agencies assisting UPSET’s meth response team at the scene included Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post and Tri-Township Volunteer Fire Department.

Wyatt is scheduled for a preliminary examination in district court on Nov. 14.