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Seaford Man Jailed on Drug, Weapons Charges

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Darrell A. Bivens Darrell A. Bivens

SEAFORD, Del.- A Seaford man taken into custody on an outstanding capias from the Family Court of Delaware is facing new drugs and weapons charges.

Seaford police said that on Sunday afternoon, 49-year-old Darrell A. Bivens was located in the area of Conwell Street and taken into custody on the aforementioned outstanding capias. 

Police said officers then recovered 38 bags of heroin, 2 grams of crack cocaine and $1,643 in suspected drug proceeds on his person. A search warrant was obtained for Bivens' home in the 100 block of Conwell Street where officers said they recovered an additional 117 bags of heroin, 4 grams of marijuana, two handguns and 151 rounds of ammunition for the handguns, Officers also recovered a switch blade knife, according to police.

Bivens was charged with possession controlled substance, heroin– Tier 2 quantity, person with prior conviction of use or sale of dangerous drugs,     possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, maintaining a property for dealing drugs, carry concealed deadly weapon, two counts of possession of a deadly weapon by a person prohibited, possession of ammunition by a person prohibited, three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of a firearm during commission of a felony.

He was arraigned at Justice of the Peace Court #6 by videophone and committed to Sussex Correctional Center in lieu of $259,000 bond. Bivens also had a previous $44,000 bond for the active capias.

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