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Two Dover Brothers go to Prison for Drug Dealing

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DOVER, Del.- Authorities say two brothers were given significant prison time for their roles as main players in a group selling drugs out of the Capitol Park neighborhood near Dover.

According to the Delaware Department of Justice, 30-year-old Jermaine Brinkley was charged after a Delaware State Police wiretap investigation, which occurred in late 2014 and early 2015.  Brinkley pleaded guilty to five counts of drug dealing, two counts of aggravated possession, and one count of second-degree conspiracy. He was sentenced to a total of 14 years in prison.

The DOJ said Brinkley’s 26-year-old brother George pleaded guilty to four counts of drug dealing, one count of second-degree conspiracy, and one count of resisting arrest. George Brinkley was sentenced to a total of 8-and-a-half years in prison.

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