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Two Arrested on Drug Charges Outside Kent County Liquor Store

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Dallas W. Brady, 28, and Dennis A. Piasio, 26 Dallas W. Brady, 28, and Dennis A. Piasio, 26
WOODSIDE, Del. - The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement says two men were arrested outside a Kent County Liquor store earlier this month for drug charges.

DATE agents say Dallas W. Brady, 28 of Felton, and Dennis A. Piasio, 26 of Middletown, were arrested on March 6 after the agents saw them exit a vehicle outside Liquor Warehouse in Woodside and one of them began urinating in the parking lot.

Agents say they confronted Brady for his actions and placed him under arrest for disorderly conduct. During a search, agents say they found a hypodermic syringe on Brady. 

Agents say an investigation confirmed the syringe was related to illegal drug activity. 

Authorities say Piasio was found to be in possession of several controlled and non-controlled prescription pills that were not prescribed to him. IN addition, the agents say he was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia.

Brady was charged with the delivery of a hypodermic syringe and disorderly conduct, according to police. He was charged and later released on $500 unsecured bond.

Piasio was charged with two counts of possession of a non-controlled prescription drug, possession of a controlled substance prescription drug with aggravating factor and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was later released on a $1,000 unsecured bond.  
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