The Ann Arbor News
Eleven people were arrested Wednesday and warrants were issued for 13 others as authorities shattered what they described as a prolific marijuana sales ring on and around the University of Michigan campus.
Officers said they seized 34 pounds of high-grade marijuana during a six-month undercover operation that culminated Wednesday with the arrests. During the operation, police searched 15 homes and other buildings.
Among the 24 suspects are 22 U-M students, one U-M alumnus and another person with no ties to the school. In all, there are 32 felony and 24 misdemeanor charges, said Ann Arbor Detective Lt. John Seto.