MSP: 2 arrested after selling $1,400 worth of cocaine to undercover detectives in northern Michigan

A man and a woman from northern Michigan are in custody after police say they sold cocaine to undercover detectives Wednesday. 

According to Michigan State Police, the detectives bought about ½ ounce of cocaine from the suspects for $1,400 in Gaylord.

After, Gaylord police stopped the 44-year-old woman from Wolverine and 42-year-old man from Epoufette.

An MSP K9 searched the vehicle, and about an ounce of crack cocaine was found.

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The pair was arrested for delivery of cocaine, possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, and maintaining a drug vehicle.