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Police Seize Marijuana, Stolen Traffic Signs from Salisbury Home

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SALISBURY, Md.- The Salisbury Police Department said it seized marijuana and stolen traffic signs after executing a search warrant at a residence in Salisbury Thursday.

According to police, during the month of November 2014, the Salisbury Police Department began receiving multiple complaints related to the residence, located at 429 Druid Hill Ave., from neighboring residents. Police said officers have responded to the residence six times for calls for service involving loud parties, suspicious persons, controlled dangerous substance violations and suspicious vehicles.

During a three month time period starting in November 2014, officers said they began working with the community and were able to develop information which culminated in Thursday's search warrant execution.

Officers said execution of the search warrant resulted in the seizure of an undisclosed amount of marijuana, various traffic and regulatory signs, and the discovery of an over occupancy violation. The investigation is ongoing, and officers are in the process of charging eight residents of 429 Druid Hill Ave. with controlled dangerous substance violations and theft-related charges.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Salisbury Police Department or Crime Solvers (410) 548-1776.

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