Marijuana is 9% of all Michigan arrests, and other facts on marijuana arrests | MLive.com
"In 2015, Michigan arrests for marijuana were more common than arrests for shoplifting.
Police made 23,893 arrests involving marijuana in 2015, about 9% of all arrests, according to Michigan State Police data.
Marijuana is the No. 1 illicit drug of choice in Michigan, experts say.
An estimated 10% of Michigan residents use the drug at least once a month.
Michigan voters approved use of medical marijuana in 2008.
There currently is a petition drive under way to put a proposal on the November 2018 ballot to legalize use of recreational marijuana in Michigan.
Michigan could keep enough marijuana for 880 joints under proposal
Below is a look at the most recent data on marijuana arrests and use.
1. Crawford County, home to Grayling, has the highest arrest rate in the state.
...The lowest-ranked county on this indicator was Ingham, home to Lansing and Michigan State University.
About 4% of their arrests were for marijuana. Also in the bottom five: Bay County, home to Bay City; Grand Traverse County, home to Traverse City; Muskegon County, and Missauwakee County, which is between Grand Traverse and Roscommon..."