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Meth explosion probed

November 9, 2012
The Daily News

IRON MOUNTAIN - The name of the man injured in what authorities believed to be an explosion caused by the manufacture of methamphetamine is not being released until he is arraigned.

Iron Mountain Police were dispatched to the Dickinson County Memorial Hospital at 6:42 p.m. on Oct. 2 in reference to a 30-year-old Iron Mountain man who was admitted for severe chemical burns.

Officers then learned that the initial incident occurred at a residence on the 700 block of North Kimberly Avenue.

The Dickinson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office received the formal report on the suspected meth explosion and reviewed the report for formal charges.

Prosecuting Attorney Stephanie Brule said names of those involved in the meth operation are not being released until arraignment has occurred.

 
 

 

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