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Smyrna Police Arrest 4 on Drug Charges

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SMYRNA, Del- Police arrest four people after a search turns up drug materials during a traffic stop. 

The Smyrna Police Department said it happened Tuesday, Dec. 8 just before 12:30 a.m.

Police said an officer pulled over a car with four people inside for traffic violations.

After the officer discovered hints of illegal drug activity, Smyrna police said the officer also determined two of the passengers in the car, 27-year-old Bradley Zahner and 43-year-old Jennifer Bell, both of Marydel, held active warrants from multiple police agencies. 

Because of suspected drug activity, police said all four passengers were removed from the car and detained. Police said a Smyrna Police K-9 team responded and searched the car. 

According to Smyrna police, officers found 9 hypodermic syringes, several other items used to consume drugs, and a large number of wax folds and plastic baggies with suspected heroin residue. 

Police said all four passengers were arrested.

According to police, 23-year-old Shelby Collins, of Easton, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia as well as traffic charges. They said Collins was released on a criminal summons pending a future court hearing.

Police said 23-year-old Kevin Parker, Jr., of Marydel, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and released on a summons pending a future court hearing. 

Smyrna police said Zahner and Bell were both charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia as well as their active warrants.

Police said Zahner was turned over to Delaware State Police for his active warrants. 

According to police, Bell was turned over to the Dover Police Department for her active warrants.

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