3 Detroit Residents Arrested for Selling Meth and Heroin in Cheboygan County

CHEBOYGAN, MI – Detectives with the Straits Area Narcotics Enforcement team arrested three suspects from Detroit for selling methamphetamine and heroin in Cheboygan County on Monday January 27th, 2020.

On Monday, team members from SANE arranged a purchase of fentanyl and methamphetamine in Wolverine. Kevin Duane Hairston, 33-years-old and Tiera Lasha Bennett, 31-years-old, both of Detroit, drove to Wolverine and sold the drugs to detectives in a undercover buy.

Uniformed officers stopped the suspects vehicle on I-75, as they were returning to Detroit. The suspects were arrested and lodged in the Cheboygan County Jail.

Metro Narcotics Enforcement Team (MNET) was contacted and prepared a search warrant for the sources home in Detroit. The search warrant was executed Tuesday evening, January 28th, on the home of Brian Eugene McAfee, 40-years-old, of Detroit. MNET located methamphetamine and other evidence inside of the residence. Brian McAfee was arrested and transported to the Cheboygan County Jail.

The suspects are now facing the following charges:

Kevin Hairston:

  • Count one-conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, 20 years and/or $25,000 with a second or subsequent offense notice 40 years and/or $50,000. Hairston also received a habitual offender-fourth offense notice that carries a penalty of life in prison

Kevin Hairston was on parole at the time of his arrest. He was paroled from prison in August of 2018. He has 8 prior felony convictions on his record according to Michigan Department of Corrections records.

Tiera Bennett:

  • Count one-conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, 20 years and/or $25,000.
  • Count two-conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, 20 years and/or $25,000
  • Count three-conspiracy to deliver Fentanyl, 20 years and/or $25,000
  • Count four- Delivery of Fentanyl, 20 years and/or $25,000

Brian McAfee:

  • Count one-conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, 20 years and/or $25,000 with a second or subsequent offense notice 40 years and/or $50,000.
  • Count two-conspiracy to deliver Fentanyl, 20 years and/or $25,000 with a second or subsequent offense notice 40 years and/or $50,000. McAfee also received a habitual offender-fourth offense notice that carries a penalty of life in prison.

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