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Dover Police: Officers Stun Man Who Fled Traffic Stop, Hit Officer

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Drugs, knife and other items seized during Friday's traffic stop in Dover. (Photo credit: Dover Police Department) Drugs, knife and other items seized during Friday's traffic stop in Dover. (Photo credit: Dover Police Department)

DOVER, Del.- Dover police say officers used a stun gun on a man who fled a traffic stop and hit an officer.
    
Officers said they stopped a car on North DuPont Highway for a traffic violation shortly after 2 p.m. Friday and smelled marijuana.
    
Police said officers detained the driver, 32-year-old Ashley Everett, and the passenger, 42-year-old Keyatak Flowers, and found a 3.5-inch spring-assisted knife.
    
Police said when Flowers ran, officers used a stun gun to stop him. Police said Flowers hit an officer and police used the stun gun a second time. The officer sustained minor injuries, according to police. 

According to investigators, when Flowers fled he attempted to hide a bag under a nearby vehicle.  Officers found the bag and discovered 5.2 grams of crack cocaine, 13 bags of heroin, 2.8 grams of MDMA, and various drug paraphernalia, police said.
    
Flowers is charged with second-degree assault of a law enforcement victim and several drug offenses. He was ordered held in default of $245,250 secured bond. Police said Flowers was also wanted by four agencies outside Delaware and was connected to an additional drug case in Dover. 
    
Police said Everett is charged with drug offenses and was ordered held in default of $13,125 secured bond. 

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