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Warrant Search Leads to Seven Arrests in Dover

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(Aaron Cannon, Beverly Roberts, and Devon Cannon; Photo Credit: Dover Police Department) (Aaron Cannon, Beverly Roberts, and Devon Cannon; Photo Credit: Dover Police Department)

DOVER, Del. -- The Dover Police Department says seven people have been charged after a drug bust in Dover.

Police say on Friday, September 3rd at approximately 12:15 PM, Dover Police and Special Agents from the ATF conducted a search at a home in the unit block of North New Street. following a drug investigation. While performing the search, police say officers located 2.5 grams of crack cocaine, 49 bags of heroin, marijuana, and various items of drug paraphernalia. Police arrested Aaron Cannon, Beverly Roberts, Devon Cannon, Elizabeth Allman, Maria Martinez, Mark Sewell and Sylvia Weeks following the execution of the warrant.

Charges for the seven range from possession with the intent to deliver crack cocaine and heroin and drug paraphernalia conspiracy in the third degree.

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