TriDent makes meth and cocaine arrests over Thanksgiving weekend

On Thanksgiving day, Trident Detectives concluded an ongoing investigation into large amounts of Methamphetamine being smuggled into the area. Chippewa County Deputy Sheriff’s and U.S. Border Patrol were working with TRIDENT and attempted to stop a suspect vehicle.

The vehicle then fled for several miles. During the pursuit bags of narcotics were thrown from the vehicle. Some of these bags hit the Sheriff’s patrol vehicle.

The vehicle was eventually stopped on I-75. All three occupants were arrested. TRIDENT seized a large amount of Methamphetamine and suspected Cocaine.

ARRESTED:
Shannan Kay Davis – 42 yr old Kincheloe resident

  • Possession with intent to Deliver Methamphetamine
  • Obstructing Justice
  • Fleeing and Eluding 4th degree
  • Reckless Driving
  • Driving on a license with restrictions
    -Multiple Warrant arrests
    Bond was set at $125,000 with Tether and restrictions
    DAVIS is a Habitual Offender 4th Offense (pictured w/purple hair)

    Kimberly Marie Fish – 37 yr old Sault resident
  • Possession with intent to Deliver Methamphetamine
  • Conspiracy to PWID of Methamphetamine
  • Obstructing Justice
    Bond was set at $50,000

    Nathaniel William Bernard Webb – b/m
  • Possession with intent to Deliver Methamphetamine
  • Conspiracy for PWID Methamphetamine
  • Obstructing Justice
    Webb is a Habitual Offender 4th Degree
    Bond was set at $100,000 with Tether

    INVESTIGATION #2
    On 11-28-2021 Trident Detectives were again assisted by the Chippewa Co Sheriff’s Office. A suspect vehicle was stopped on I-75.
    The investigation lead to the seizure of Methamphetamine and Cocaine.

    ARRESTED:
    Ronald Paul McClellan
    – w/m, 53 yr old Sault resident
  • PWID Methamphetamine
    -Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine
    -Possession of Cocaine
    Bond was set at $50,000 with Tether

    Penny Fay Cope-Hillock – 56 yr old Sault resident
    -PWID Methamphetamine
    -Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine
    -Possession of Cocaine
    Bond was set at $50,000 with Tether
    Pictured w long blonde hair

    It should be noted that TRIDENT focuses their efforts on stopping the flow of illegal narcotics into our area. Those arrested are not simply users but are part of the smuggling problem. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
    This should send a clear message for those smuggling drugs into our communities. TRIDENT will continue to investigate and arrest all those transporting narcotics to the EUP, even on Holidays.

2 Comments

  1. Is there any update? Like a sentencing update?

  2. You can check the District Court Reports located in the top menu to see if any of these people have been convicted or bound over to Circuit Court.

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