LINCOLN, Del. - Officials say 11 people were arrested and six are still wanted, after Delaware State Police conducted an investigation into the sale of illegal narcotics, in Lincoln.
Delaware State Police say on Tuesday, around 11:00 AM, their Sussex County Drug Unit was assisted by the Sussex County Governor's Task Force, Troop 7 Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement (P.A.C.E.) team, State Police Special Operations Response Team (S.O.R.T.), Delaware Department of Correction, and Milford Police Department in executing search warrants in the 19000 block of Crabapple Lane and the 800 block of Greentop Road, in Lincoln.
According to the report, during their search, authorities found a total of 3,043 bags of heroin (21.301 grams), 28.24 grams of cocaine, 11 suboxone strips, over $9,500 in suspected drug proceeds, as well as a .22 caliber rifle. Detectives say 42-year-old Darus Young, of Millsboro, 33-year-old Antonio Belfield, and 39-year-old William Snyder, both of Lincoln, were arrested, charged with drug offenses and turned over to Sussex Correctional Institution bond. Nine-teen-year-old McKayla Snyder-Shirey, of Lincoln, was arrested, charged with drug offenses, and released on a a $2,500 secured bond.
Authorities say that the following seven people were arrested, charged with drug offenses and criminal charges, and released on bonds:
Robert L. Fanning, 47 of Milford; Andre A. Mifflin, 44 of Lincoln; William G. Rafter, 48 of Lincoln; Nathaniel L. Colon, 23 of Lincoln; John S. Meredith, 48 of Milford; Tony Kiser, 46 of Milford; and Caitlynn H. Scott, 20 of Milton.
Six additional people are apparently still wanted on outstanding warrants.
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