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Delmar Man Arrested in Marijuana Bust

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DELMAR, Del.- A Delmar, Del. man is facing multiple charges after authorities say he was selling marijuana from his home.

Delmar police said that in August and September, the department received numerous complaints of drug activity taking place in the West Jewel Street and Westerlee Drive areas of Delmar, Del. 

According to police, an ensuing investigation revealed Rodney Medford was selling marijuana from his Westerlee Drive home. 

On Friday, members of the Delmar Police Department, assisted by the Georgetown and Lewes police departments, executed a search and seizure warrant on Medford and his home. 

Police said a search of the home revealed approximately 30 bags of suspected marijuana, a firearm, drug proceeds and packaging material. Medford was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute in a Tier I quantity, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and related offenses. He was arraigned before a Delaware magistrate and released on an unspecified bond.

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