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Seaford Man Arrested for Manufacturing Meth

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SEAFORD, Del.- A 42-year-old Seaford man is behind bars following a months-long investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing at his home.

Troopers from the Delaware State Police Drug Unit raided the home at 11 a.m. Thursday and took Benjamin W. Wright, of the 26000 block of Walker Road, into custody.

Upon entering the home, troopers said they found Wright actively smoking meth and placed him under arrest without incident.

Police also said they found component mixtures of the manufacturing stages of meth, along with key ingredients in making the drug, as well as other paraphernalia. Wright was arraigned at JP2 and committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on $7,000 secured bond.

Walker Road was closed for about three hours as the suspected lab was dismantled and removed.

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