Pair arrested following Seaford drug dealing investigation
SEAFORD, Del. – Two men have been arrested and charged following a drug dealing investigation in the Seaford area.
At around 12 noon Tuesday, members of the Delaware State Police Sussex County Drug Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in the 300 block of North Street. Inside of the residence, police found the following:
- Approximately 90.83 grams of suspected raw heroin
- Approximately 247 baggies containing approximately 1.729 grams of suspected heroin
- Approximately 75.11 grams of cocaine
- Approximately 17.12 grams of crack cocaine
- Approximately 13.11 grams of marijuana
- 4 oxycodone pills
- 1 loaded handgun
- Various rounds of ammunition
- Various items of drug paraphernalia
- Over $2,800 in suspected drug proceeds
As a result, 32-year-old Victor Hammond and 30-year-old Derrious Signey were taken into custody. Computer checks showed that Hammond is a convicted felon prohibited from possessing firearms and/or ammunition, while Signey is a convicted drug offender, also prohibited from possessing firearms and/or ammunition.
Hammond was held at SCI on a $202,600 cash bond, while Signey was released on a $40,801 unsecured bond.