DOVER, Del. – Delaware Police Police take a Dover man on Wednesday after learning that he has distributed illegal drugs within the Capital Park community.
Dewayne Bordley's drug investigation charges, which are 35 years old, come from. Officials say that a narcotic search warrant was made in their place of residence, located in the 200 blocks of the Governor's Avenue, and suffered a 9mm handgun, numerous rounds of mixed gun ammunition, a dosage unit of a schedule controller 2, alprazolam , 2.8 grams of cocaine, 2.6 grams of marijuana, and more than $ 300 in suspected drug money.
Police say that Bordley first gets caught, but ultimately was eliminated. It was reported that young people were present at home during the search, and the Delaware Office for Animal Welfare was requested after the dead dog was found on the property.
Armley was forced to hold a firearm during commissioning of farming, holding a firearm / destructive weapon within 10 years from previous conviction of any farm (two counts), holding second offs with the intention of manufacturing, substance delivery of control, child welfare sentence, attachment, possession of drugs, and possession of marijuana.
It is currently being run by Correctional Sussex Institute for a secured bond of $ 27,001.