DSP Reportedly Find Meth Lab In Truck During Traffic Stop - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

DSP Reportedly Find Meth Lab In Truck During Traffic Stop

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Dale Guilfoil, 50, of Hartly Dale Guilfoil, 50, of Hartly
William Crouch, 38, of Barclay, MD William Crouch, 38, of Barclay, MD

HARTLY, Del. - A Thursday night traffic stop leads to two drug arrests in Hartly. Delaware State Police say around 11:00 PM, a trooper with the Kent County Drug Task Force stopped a Chevrolet pick-up truck on Hartly Road, because it didn't have tail lights.

An investigation showed that the passenger, Dale Guilfoil, 50, of Hartly, was wanted for burglary. Police arrested him, and said they found approximately 1 gram of methamphetamine in Guilfoil's possession.

Detectives searched the truck, where they say they found component mixtures of the manufacturing stages of Meth along with key ingredients in making the drug, in the bed of the truck. Police arrested the driver of the truck, William Crouch, 38, of Barclay, MD.

Both men are charged with manufacturing marijuana, 2nd degree conspiracy, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Crouch was released on bond.

Guilfoil was additionally charged with burglary and theft less than $1,500 for a September incident where police say he stole car parts from a garage in Winding Creek Road, near Dover, and sold them to a scrap yard for cash. He is being held at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $11,600 bond.

Hartly Road from Halltown Road to Judith Road was closed for around two hours while officials from DNREC dismantled the Meth lab and removed it from the truck.

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