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Two Arrested on Weapons Charges in Laurel

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Left: Anthony Hood, 48 Right: Denise Clark, 50 Left: Anthony Hood, 48 Right: Denise Clark, 50
Photo of weapons found during search. Provided by DSP. Photo of weapons found during search. Provided by DSP.

LAUREL, Del.– Delaware State Police arrested two people after finding illegal weapons inside a Laurel apartment.

On Tuesday, investigators carried out a search warrant at a residence in the 1000 block of Hollybrook Apartments after troopers gathered information about illegal guns and stolen property at the apartment.  

Upon the troopers arrival, police arrested 48-year-old Anthony Hood 50-year-old and Denise Clark.

The search then revealed a .22 caliber rifle, .556 cal. rifle, 9mm revolver, and a BB gun, along with various rounds of ammunition and magazines.  Troopers also recovered two flat screen TVs and a sound bar that are linked to burglaries in the surrounding area.  Troopers also located .285 grams of heroin, .16 grams of crack cocaine, and .55 grams of marijuana.

Hood and Clark are both charged with five counts of possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person prohibited, conspiracy 2nd, receiving stolen property, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.  Hood was additionally charged with possession of marijuana.  

Hood is being held on $28,600 cash bond and Clark is being held on $28,500 cash bond.

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