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D.C. Couple Arrested After Police Seize Thousands of Dollars Worth of Cocaine in Lewes

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LEWES, Del.- Lewes police said a couple from Washington, D.C. was arrested after a reported domestic dispute led to the discovery of cocaine with a street value of thousands of dollars.

It happened around 7:30 a.m. on May 30 in the area of Sussex Drive and Savannah Road.

According to police, emergency dispatchers received a call about a domestic dispute. Police responded and found the car from the call in the Highland Acres neighborhood. Police said the male driver had scratches and bruises consistent with a dispute.

Police found the woman walking on the 900 block of Mauri Drive, where she was arrested. 

Police said they were both searched, and police found a large quantity of cocaine, later determined to be 191 grams with a street value of $19,100 and $3,201. The Lewes Police Department's KP Blue was also able to indicate that there was narcotics on the money.

Christina Lombardi was charged with four related offenses and was committed to SCI on a $27,100 cash bail.

Massimo Fabbri is also facing similar charges and was committed to SCI on a $32,100 cash bail.

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