Benton Harbor man arrested following drug investigation

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A Benton Harbor man was arrested on Thursday following a drug investigation by the Michigan State Police Southwest Enforcement Team.

Detectives executed two search warrants in Benton Harbor on Aug. 30.

The first search took place in the 400 block of South Fair Ave. where detectives found approximately seven ounces of crystal methamphetamine, 5.5 ounces of fentanyl, 2.5 ounces of cocaine, and over one ounce of crack-cocaine, reports stated.

Detectives found other evidence of drug trafficking, police said, which was eventually linked to 51-year-old Willie Lark.

The second search occurred in the 700 block of McAllister Ave. where, according to reports, evidence was also linked to Lark.

Detectives were granted arrest warrants for Lark for possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, cocaine, crack-cocaine, and fentanyl.

Detectives found Lark in a secluded area in Coloma Township on Thursday.

Reports said that detectives found more fentanyl, crack-cocaine and cocaine while they searched Lark. The drugs were reportedly packaged for selling.

Lark was booked in the Berrien County Jail on his arrest warrants and additional drug charges.

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