MOUNT CLEMENS, MI – On January 20th, 2021, the Macomb County Sheriff’s Enforcement Team (S.E.T.), assisted by members of the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Fantom Team executed multiple search warrants on homes in both Detroit and Sterling Heights.
The search produced weapons, narcotics and the arrest of Jonathan Lindsay, 27-years-old, of Sterling Heights.
Several months earlier, S.E.T. received a tip regarding a person not only selling Fentanyl to Macomb County residents but also enlisting others into selling the narcotic.
S.E.T. completed a thorough investigation which led them to Jonathan Lindsay, a.k.a. “White Boy Joe”.
S.E.T. and Macomb Area Computer Enforcement (M.A.C.E.) Detectives executed a search warrant on a home on Burke Ct in the City of Sterling Heights where Lindsay resides. At the residence, detectives located several cell phones, cash and a money counting machine, and keys that belonged to a second location on Liberal St. in Detroit. Lindsay was taken into custody and other persons on scene were released.
S.E.T. along with members of the Drug Enforcement Agency’s Fantom Team executed a search warrant on a home on Liberal St. in Detroit and located several weapons as well as ammunition, multiple cell phones, narcotic packaging materials, marijuana, and fentanyl. One of the weapons located had been reported stolen and the others were unregistered. The home was unoccupied at the time the search warrant was executed.
Lindsay was lodged at the Macomb County Jail. The Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office authorized the following charges on Lindsey:
- Count 1: Controlled Substance – Delivery/Manufacture (Cocaine, Heroin or Another Narcotic) Less Than 50 Than 50 Grams (felony)
- Count 2: Weapons – Firearms – Receiving and Concealing (felony)
- Count 3: Weapons – Firearms – Possession
- Count 4: Controlled Substance – Maintaining a Drug House (misdemeanor)
Lindsey was arraigned in the 38th District Court of Eastpointe on January 22nd. He received a $25,000 cash surety bond and must have a tether upon release. Lindsay was returned to the 38th District Court on February 2nd for a probable cause conference.