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4 Milford Diner Employees Arrested on Drug Charges

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No photo available of Sarah Brunskill at the time of release. No photo available of Sarah Brunskill at the time of release.

MILFORD, Del.- Authorities say four employees of the Milford Diner restaurant have been arrested on drug and related charges. 

According to Milford police,  members of the department's Drugs, Vice and Organized Crime Unit, along with the assistance of the Milford Police Criminal Division and the Delaware State Police Kent County Drug Unit, executed multiple search warrants at the Milford Diner Restaurant and at a home located on the 2000 block of Hopkins Cemetery Road in Harrington. Police said that as a result, detectives arrested and charged several restaurant employees.

Police said the warrants and subsequent arrests resulted in the seizure of a total of 94 bags of heroin, 2 grams of cocaine, four handguns, three long guns and stolen merchandise. 

Stephen B. Meyers was charged with possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, three counts of possession with the intent to deliver heroin within 300 feet of a school, maintaining a drug property, second-degree conspiracy, receiving stolen property under $1,500, possession of cocaine within 300 feet of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joseph M. Catania was charged with possession with the intent to deliver heroin within 300 feet of a school, delivery of heroin within 300 feet of a school, possession with the intent to deliver heroin, second-degree conspiracy and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tanya Mann, aka Tonya Andrew, was charged with possession with the intent to deliver heroin within 300 feet of a school, receiving stolen property under $1,500.00, second-degree conspiracy and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sarah Brunskill was charged with possession with the intent to deliver heroin within 300 feet of a school, second-degree conspiracy and possession of drug paraphernalia.   

Meyers was ordered held in default of $85,000 secured bond, while Catania was ordered held in default of $52,500 secured bond. Mann was arraigned in default of $23,500 cash bond, while Brunskill was ordered held in default of $6,000 secured bond. Mann was also wanted on multiple capiases, according to police. 


     
 

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