URGENT U.P. Breaking News Bulletin – 4-25-18 – 4:30 a.m. ET –
Crystal methamphetamine: Three held in Marquette jail after meth bust; one bond is $300,000 – one suspect was involved in a pool cue and bat assault in Marquette in 2016
By Greg Peterson
U.P. Breaking News
Owner, News Director
(Marquette, MI) – High bonds have been set for three people who remain jailed in Marquette, MI this morning after being busted on meth distribution and operating a drug house charges.
28-year-old Ebonie Latrice Burns of Marquette, MI was booked into the Marquette County Jail early Tuesday morning, April 23, 2018.
Burns is charged with the delivery and manufacture of methamphetamine.
Jail records do not state a bond for Burns.
Burns attended Northern Michigan University, according to her Facebook page.
Burns made the big news in 2016 when she was arrested in Marquette for an felonious assault in the parking lot of the Admiral gas Station (scroll down for details).
44-year-old Bradley Joseph Hancock of Muskegon, MI was booked late Tuesday night and is being held on a $300,000 bond.
Hancock is charged with the delivery and manufacture of meth, possession of meth, and possession of a firearm (felony firearms charge).
Hancock has online addresses listed in Muskegon, MI and Daytona Beach, FL.
42-year-old Kareen Shanton Robertson of Muskgeon, MI was booked late Tuesday night and is being held on a $110,000 bond.
Robertson is charged with the delivery and manufacture of crystal meth and maintaining a drug house.
Robertson has prior addresses in Grand Rapids and several cities in Arizona.
Details of the raid have not been released. If you have photos of the males suspects, please contact U.P. Breaking News.
On March 14, 2016, Burns made the news after confessing she was part of a late night violent attack of two people in the parking lot of the Admiral Gas Station on W. Washington Street in Marquette.
Marquette Police responded to the scene but the victim and suspects had left.
An investigation lead to the discovery of two people who were attacked by a pool cue and a make-shift bat – and treated and released from the Marquette hospital..
Charged with felonious assault were Ebonie Burns and her companion then 38-year-old Kowayne Terrelle Burns of Marquette.
Ebonie Burns pleaded guilty the next month to assault with dangerous weapon (felonious assault) – and was sentenced to one-year-in jail – with her sentence suspended/delayed with credit for the short time served.
Burns was on probation until March 2017.