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Wanted Man Arrested in Harrington after Routine Traffic Stop

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HARRINGTON, Del.- A routine traffic stop in Harrington leads police to the arrest of a wanted man who also had more than 200 grams of Marijuana in his possession. 

Harrington Police officers pulled over 31-year-old Eric L. Davis of Seaford after a traffic stop in the area of South DuPont Highway and Porter Street.  While running a license check, police say they learned Davis was wanted by Delaware State Police and Sussex County Superior Court. Officers also found Davis had a suspended driver's license.

According to Harrington Police, Davis was wanted by Delaware State Police for charges resulting from a vehicle pursuit in November 2013.  He was wanted by Sussex County Superior Court for Violation of Probation.

Police also located 208 grams of Marijuana along with drug paraphernalia inside Davis's car. 

Harrington Police say Davis faces charges of Possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 1 quantity, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving with a suspended or revoked license and failing to signal turn.  Delaware State Police had warrants for Mr. Davis consisting of Burglary, Disregarding a Police Officer Signal, Resisting Arrest and numerous drug and traffic charges.

 

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