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Seaford Woman Arrested for Selling Drugs Out of Home

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Bonnie Cannon (Photo: Delaware State Police) Bonnie Cannon (Photo: Delaware State Police)
The drugs and handgun that were seized during the drug bust in Seaford, Del. (Photo: Delaware State Police) The drugs and handgun that were seized during the drug bust in Seaford, Del. (Photo: Delaware State Police)

SEAFORD, Del. - The Delaware State Police Sussex County Drug Task Force has arrested a Seaford woman for selling illegal drugs out of her home.

The arrest was the culmination of a two month-long investigation. Police say around 12:20 p.m. Tuesday, the Sussex County Drug Task Force with the assistance of the Sussex County Governor's Task Force conducted a search warrant in the 24000 block of Concord Pond Road.  Upon the detectives' arrival at the home, Bonnie L. Cannon, 47, was taken into custody, police say  Upon searching the home, police say they found 24.1 grams of cocaine, .2 grams of crack cocaine, 44 grams of marijuana, and a .38 caliber handgun that was reported stolen from a Millsboro home in January of 2015.  Police say a 30-year-old woman and a 2-year-old child were in the home at the time of the drug bust. Police say the woman was not charged, and the child was turned over temporarily to the woman. Police say the child was in the legal care of Cannon.

Cannon was charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine, possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), possession of a deadly weapon by a person prohibited who also possesses a controlled substance, received a stolen firearm, possession of marijuana, endangering the welfare of a child, and possession of drug paraphernalia.  She was arraigned and was released after posting $30,300 secured bond.  Police say Cannon was also ordered to have no contact with the 2-year-old child.

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