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Four Arrested On Drug Charges In OC Over Labor Day Weekend

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Darnell Harris, 25, and Clovise Evans, 29, both of Wilmington, Delaware Darnell Harris, 25, and Clovise Evans, 29, both of Wilmington, Delaware
Jeffrey Foard, 24, and Aubrey Sieracki, 31, both from Jarrettsville, MD Jeffrey Foard, 24, and Aubrey Sieracki, 31, both from Jarrettsville, MD

OCEAN CITY, Md. - Ocean City Police say they made four drug arrests, in two separate incidents, over Labor Day weekend, thanks to proactive police work.

According to the report, on Sunday, around 2:00 AM, a uniformed bicycle officer noticed a man acting suspicious and talking on two cell phones, near 8th Street and Philadelphia Avenue. Police say when the man noticed the officer, he quickly walked away, right into traffic, causing two vehicles to brake to avoid him. The man was identified as Darnell Harris, 25, of Wilmington, Delaware, was issued a traffic warning, for illegally crossing Philadelphia Avenue, and told Harris he was free to go.

Police say that Harris however, didn't leave, a continued to appear nervous and talk on two cell phones. The officer says they asked to search Harris, and he agreed, and the officer reportedly found 24 small plastic bags of heroin, along with $135. Harris was then arrested. During the arrest, a woman, Clovise Evans, 29, also of Wilmington, came over asking about her cell phone, that Harris had apparently been using. Evans apparently opened the door to her vehicle, and officers say they noticed a stun gun.

A small amount of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia were reportedly found during a search of her vehicle. Harris was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession with intent to distribute. Evans was charged with possession of a weapon with in the corporate limits of Ocean City, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Harris is being held at the Worcester County Jail, Evans was released.

In the second incident, on Monday morning, around 7:00 AM, an officer on patrol, noticed two people asleep in a vehicle in the inlet parking lot, in violation of an Ocean City ordinance. During the stop, a K-9 search reportedly revealed 20 baggies of heroin, syringes, marijuana, and other drug paraphernalia.

The two people, Jeffrey Foard, 24, and Aubrey Sieracki, 31, both from Jarrettsville, MD, were charged with possession of heroin, possession of marijuana, 2 counts of manufacturing and distribution, possession with intent to distribute, and other drug charges. Foard is being held at the Worcester County Jail on bond, while Sieracki was released on bond.

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