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Harassment Complaint Leads to Drug Charges for Harrington Man

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HARRINGTON, Del.– Police arrested a Harrington man on drug charges after a store employee filed a harassment complaint against him.

Mightys E. Gibbs, 22, of the 13000 Block of South DuPont Highway, was released on $400 unsecured bond after Harrington police charged him with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia on november 3.

Officers responded to the Royal Farms located on Milford-Harrington Highway after a store employee reported Gibbs was harassing the employee and offering to sell the employee drugs, police said.

Gibbs fled the store, but officers located him a short distance away on South DuPont Highway. Police said they found 13 empty heroin baggies in Gibbs' clothing, two heroin baggies containing approximately 0.3 grams of heroin and drug paraphernalia.

Officers then arrested Gibbs and took him to the Harrington Police Department where he was formally charged with the aforementioned offenses.

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