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Delmar Cocaine Bust Leads to 7 Arrests

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DELMAR, Md.- Seven people are facing drug charges after a police raid uncovered the sale of cocaine from a home in Delmar, Md., according to the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office.

The Sheriff's Office said Tuesday said an investigation revealed illegal narcotics were being sold from a home located in the 26000 block of Norfolk Drive in Delmar. 

The Sheriff's Office said the investigation  determined that the homeowner, Robert Douglas Jones, 50, had been operating the home as a drug house for an extended period of time.

On May 31, the Salisbury Police Department Tactical Team assisted the Sheriff's Office by executing a search and seizure warrant at the home.

Authorities said Jones was located inside the home along with Johnny Lamont Kane, 27; Joshua Allen Elliott, 34; Raynard Percy Stanley, 54; Randy
Lee Rathel, 59; Reginald Cornell Stanley, 37; and Madeline Michele Burns, 44.

The Sheriff's Office said a search of the home located an amount of crack cocaine
indicative of distribution. Scales, packaging material, cellphones and other items indicative of CDS distribution were also located inside the home, according to investigators. 

Three vehicles were seized from the property and transported to the Sheriff's Office.

The Sheriff's Office said search and seizure warrants were obtained on the vehicles and inside one of them, an AR-15 style rifle was located. 

Cash and paraphernalia indicative of distribution furthering the investigation of CDS distribution was also located, according to investigators. 

Authorities said Burns provided a false name to deputies numerous times. Burns was eventually identified and found to have four outstanding warrants for her 

Charges: 

  • Robert Jones: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine, Maintain
    Common Nuisance distribution, maintain Common Nuisance Administer,
    and other CDS-related charges
  • Johnny Kane: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of
    cocaine
  • Joshua Elliott: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of
    cocaine
  • Raynard Stanley: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine,
    possession of cocaine
  • Randy Rathel: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of
    cocaine
  • Reginald Stanley: Possession with intent to distribute cocaine,
    possession of cocaine
  • Madeline Burns: Possession of cocaine, providing a false name to avoid
    prosecution, obstructing and hindering, and four outstanding warrants
    From left: Robert Jones, Johnny Kane, Joshua Elliott and Raynard Stanley
From left: Randy Rathel, Reginald Stanley and Madeline Burns
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