Carlos S. Bryant, 30, was found hiding under a couch from Delaware State Police as officers searched a mobile home for the Felton man, who was wanted for domestic violence and probation violation. Troopers also found him to be in possession of Xanax, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.


Carlos S. Bryant, 30, was found hiding under a couch from Delaware State Police as officers searched a mobile home for the Felton man, who was wanted for domestic violence and probation violation. Troopers also found him to be in possession of Xanax, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

 Bryant was wanted by State Police Troop 3 for offensive touching and by both the Kent County Court of Common Pleas and Sussex County Superior Court for probation violations.

At about 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24, police discovered information that Bryant would be at a home on Rubeon May Drive, in at a residence in the unit block of Rubeon May Drive, in Felton’s Woodland Manor Mobile Home Park, that evening. 

About two hours later, members of the Kent County Governors Task Force arrived at the home with a search warrant. They were initially met with resistance, as occupants refused to open the door and claimed that Bryant was not there. 

When troopers entered, they located Bryant hiding beneath a sofa in the living room of the residence. He refused the uniformed troopers’ commands to surrender and was taken into custody after a brief struggle. During the search of Bryant’s bedroom, troopers located three Xanax pills, 1. 8 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Bryant was arrested for resisting arrest, possession of marijuana, possession of Xanax, possession of drug paraphernalia and third-degree conspiracy. He was also arrested for offensive touching.  He was committed to the James T Vaughn Correctional Center in lieu of a $3,329 secured bail.