Four indicted on drug, weapons charges in Wicomico County

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WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. – Four people are facing charges for distributing controlled dangerous substances in Wicomico County. The Wicoimco County Sheriff’s Office Community Action Team arrested 29-year-old Aikeem Dionel, 36-year-old Francesco Vincenzo, 38-year-old Deonte Lamont Grant, and 51-year-old Janice Vonnette Clark.

Police say they executed search and seizure warrants at multiple locations in Salisbury, including the 400 block of Robinson Street, the 400 block of Washington Street, and the 700 block of Priscilla Street. Perez was found in the home on Robinson Street. At the home on Washington Street, police found cocaine, a digital scale, packaging material, and two handguns. At the home on Priscilla Street, police found Grant. They also found crack cocaine, a digital scale, packaging material, and a firearm that had been reported stolen.

On December 6th, 2021, a Wicomico County Grand Jury returned indictments for each of the four suspects. Grant and Perez are being held at Wicomico County Detention Center. Sheppard has since been released. Clark has an outstanding criminal summons that she has not been served with yet.
Each of the suspects are facing charges. Perez is charged with CDS possession with intent to distribute narcotic, maintaining common nuisance for the distribution of narcotic, maintaining common Nuisance for the administration of narcotic, possession of narcotic production equipment, and two counts of CDS possession not marijuana.
Grant is charged with possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime, CDS possession with intent to distribute narcotic, firearm use during a felony crime, firearm possession with a felony conviction, regulated firearm illegal possession, CDS possession of firearms, possession of stolen regulated firearm, illegal possession of ammunition, and CDS possession not marijuana.
Sheppard is charged with possession of firearm during a drug trafficking crime, regulated firearm illegal possession, illegal possession of ammunition, CDS possession with intent to distribute narcotic, CDS possession not marijuana and possession of narcotic production equipment.
Clark is charged with maintaining a common nuisance for distribution of a narcotic.
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