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3 Harrington Men Arrested For Selling Drugs To Undercover Cops

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HARRINGTON, Del. - A month long drug investigation in Harrington leads to three arrests.

Harrington Police say drugs were sold to undercover cops by Michael Starr, 19, Michael Smith, 38, and Byron Morgan, 19, all of Harrington.

Investigators say an officer obtained a phone number for Starr from Facebook. That officer began sending text messages to Starr to meet him and buy drugs from him.

Officers say the three suspects then sold pills to them.

Investigators say the pills were stolen from a family member of Morgan.

A search warrant of Morgan's home revealed Gemfibrozil pills, nine grams of Marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

All three suspects were taken into custody without incident.

Starr and Smith were charged with two counts of deliver of a prescription drug, two counts of conspiracy second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Morgan was charged with theft under $1,500, two counts of deliver of a prescription drug, two counts of conspiracy second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.

All three were committed to Sussex Correctional Institute.

Smith and Starr are being held on a $5,000 secured bond. Morgan is being held on a $7,500 secured bond.

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