Four arrested for distributing narcotics in a school zone
SALISBURY, Md. – Four people have been arrested on numerous charges after it was learned that they were distributing narcotics from a residence inside a school zone.
Officials say the investigation began in February and concluded on March 2nd when investigators obtained and executed a search warrant at a residence in the 1100 block of E. Church Street, which is within 1,000 feet of East Salisbury Elementary School.
During the search, 40-year-old Roger Glenn Seehafter Jr., 30-year-old Shannon Nicole Edwards, 27-year-old Jordan Stephen Dupont, and 20-year-old Akemah Varnese Carr were located inside the home. Police say Dupont provided a false name and it was later learned that he had several active warrants out for his arrest.
The search resulted in the discovery of crack cocaine, cocaine, and marijuana indicative of the intent to distribute. It was also learned that the home was frequently being used as a place for sales, packaging, and usage of controlled dangerous substances.
All four were arrested and face numerous drug charges, including possession with intent to distribute, CDS possession, and maintaining a common nuisance. Seehafer and Edwards were initially held without bond, but were later released on their own recognizance. Dupont was held without bond, and Carr was released on her own recognizance.