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Dover Police: Two Men Arrested After Selling Heroin to Undercover Officers

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Dominique McFadden Dominique McFadden
Keeno Exum Keeno Exum

DOVER, Del.- Dover police say two people are facing drug charges after allegedly selling heroin to undercover officers at 200 West Lookerman Street in Dover.

Police said an undercover police officer managed to purchase 14 bags of heroin from Keeno Exum, 31, on Tuesday, July 8. Exum was taken into custody. On Wednesday, July 9, an undercover officer attempted to buy an additional 26 bags of heroin from Dominique McFadden, 25. A search warrant was conducted at McFadden’s home, where officers said they found 104 bags of heroin in the groin area of his clothing.

Both men were committed to James T. Vaughn Correctional Center. Exum was committed in default of $10,500 bond, and McFadden committed in default of $10,000 bond according to officials.

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