Cass County authorities find drugs, over 100 animals on property

Fri Oct 18 15:17:03 PDT 2019

Cass County authorities find drugs, over 100 animals on property

New Information on a tip to Cass County authorities on October 8th leads to two people arrested, but two different sets of charges are in the works. It was more than Cass County Deputies expected to find at an Edwardsburg home.

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