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Kent Co. Man Charged With Hunting, Firearm, Drug Violations

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Evidence seized in the firearms and hunting-related violations case against Justice Dalious (Photo: Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police) Evidence seized in the firearms and hunting-related violations case against Justice Dalious (Photo: Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police)

DOVER, Del. - A Kent County man has been arrested for multiple firearm, hunting and drug violations following an investigation by Fish and Wildlife authorities.

According to DNREC's Division of Fish and Wildlife, the investigation ended in the arrest of 20-year-old Justice Dalious on Friday.

While searching Dalious' home with a warrant, Natural Resources Police said they found three shotguns, a muzzleloader, a revolver-style handgun, an assortment of ammunition, a crossbow, a digital scale, a small amount of marijuana and 12 illegally-possessed prescription pills. Officers also responded to a Sussex County taxidermist, where they seized two antlered deer racks that were being prepared as taxidermy mounts, as evidence against Dalious.

DNREC says Dalious was charged with the following:

  • Four counts of possession, purchasing, owning or controlling a firearm or destructive weapon by a person prohibited/adjudicated delinquent within 10 years of the date of conviction of a violent felony
  • Three counts of possession, purchasing, owning or controlling a firearm or ammunition by a person prohibited/adjudicated delinquent
  • Three counts of possession, purchasing, owning or controlling a deadly weapon by a person prohibited/adjudicated delinquent
  • Two counts of possession and/or transportation of an unlawfully taken antlered deer
  • Two counts of possession or transportation of an unlawfully taken antlerless deer
  • One count of possession and/or  consumption of a prescription drug not a controlled substance without a prescription
  • One count of possession of drug paraphernalia; and one count of possession or consumption of marijuana

Dalious was arraigned in Justice of the Peace Court 7 in Dover and released on $22,500 unsecured bond, pending an appearance in Kent County Superior Court at a later date.

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