WOODSIDE, DELAWARE (2/27/2016) Four people were arrested Friday after a two-month investigation into illegal drug sales, Delaware State Police said.
The arrests happened after police from multiple agencies raided a home in the 200 block of Firetower Road west of Woodside and another in the first block of Terry Drive in the Woodside East area.
At the Firetower Road home, police said they found 44.2 grams of crack cocaine and 5.6 grams of powder cocaine packaged for sale as well as 8 grams of marijuana.
Antwan Seney, 30, and Karl Martin, 55, were taken into custody without incident, police said.
A woman and five children also were in the home, and authorities found 15 dogs on the property.
On Terry Drive, police said they found 10.72 grams of heroin packaged for sale in 715 baggies and $538 in suspected drug sale proceeds.
Charlene Heckerman, 33, and Dashawn Friend, 41, were found in a shed on the property and taken into custody.
Seney and Martin were each charged with possession of a controlled substance in Tier 5 quantity, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 5 quantity, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 1 quantity, conspiracy 2nd degree, possession of a controlled substance or counterfeit substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and five counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Seney was released after posting $45,000 secured bond. Martin was being held at Sussex Correctional Institution near Georgetown after failing to post $45,000 secured bond.
Heckerman and Friend were each charged with possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 5 quantity, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance in a Tier 5 quantity, conspiracy 2nd Degree and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were being held at Sussex Correctional. Heckerman’s bail was set at $51,500 secured and Friend’s was set at $51,500 cash.
In addition to state police, agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration, Dover police and and Delaware Animal Control officers were involved in the arrests,