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Drug raid sends two to jail

An early morning drug raid conducted by the Cedar Springs Police Department and the Michigan State Police Metro Enforcement Team (M.E.T.) resulted in the arrest of a Cedar Springs couple on felony charges last Wednesday, September1.

Sedric Anderson

According to Cedar Springs Police Chief Roger Parent, Sgt. Ed Good and Officer Paul Feutz started their investigation a few weeks ago, after being tipped off that the couple was dealing drugs out of an apartment on South Main Street. The officers watched the apartment and confirmed an unusual amount of traffic in and out of the apartment.

“Our investigation learned that not only were these suspects selling but that they were using others, known as runners, to deliver the drugs,” explained Parent.

Brenda Anderson

After the MET team conducted a number of buys, they were able to obtain a search warrant. Sgt. Paul Kenny, MSP-MET, brought in his entire team to assist Cedar Springs in the 5 a.m. raid. “Their expertise was extremely helpful bringing charges against known drug dealers who were dealing drugs within the city limits of Cedar Springs,” said Parent.

Sedric Anderson, 43, and Brenda Sue Anderson, 50, were arrested and lodged in the Kent County Jail. Brenda Anderson was arraigned on Thursday, September 2, and charged with delivery and manufacturing of cocaine, and maintaining a drug house. Sedric Anderson was charged with maintaining a drug house. Each had bond set at $10,000 (10 percent) and will have their preliminary hearings on September 15 at 3:30 p.m.

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