GARRETT — Local and federal police arrested a local man Thursday on a warrant and pending gun and drug charges, according to the Auburn Police Department.
Jeromy D. Hurd, 30, who was last known to reside in Waterloo, was being sought “on an active Michigan warrant for absconding on a parole violation,” a news release said.
Police found Hurd in the 300 block of South Walsh Street in Garrett, the release said.
At approximately 3:55 p.m., officers with the Auburn Police Department assisted the U.S. Marshal Task Force out of Fort Wayne and Grand Rapids, Michigan, in serving a warrant on Hurd. Members of the Garrett Police Department assisted with the investigation.
Officers were given consent to search the residence and allegedly found:
• one stolen handgun;
• 1.6 pounds of marijuana;
• 82 grams of suspected methamphetamine;
• 25 pills of morphine, a Schedule II controlled substance;
• 24 pills of Hydrocodone, also a Schedule II controlled substance; and
• several pieces of paraphernalia.
Hurd was incarcerated in the DeKalb County Jail at Auburn on the warrant. Police said numerous other charges related to the drugs and firearm are pending.