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Milford Beacon
  • Seven jailed after Milford, Lincoln drug bust

  • Seven people, from Milford, Greenwood and Lincoln, were arrested at the conclusion of a 2.5-month-long investigation by the Milford Police Department’s Drug and Narcotics Division.
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  • Seven people, from Milford, Greenwood and Lincoln, were arrested at the conclusion of a 2.5-month-long investigation by the Milford Police Department’s Drug and Narcotics Division.
    Milford police, with the assistance of the Dover Police Drug Unit, DEA agents, Kent County S.T.A.R. team, Georgetown Police Tactical Team, Felton Police, Smyrna Police, Laurel Police, Greenwood Police and the Office of Dangerous Drugs and Narcotics, executed multiple search warrants on May 16, recovering a quarter of an ounce of crack cocaine, marijuana, heroin, drug paraphernalia, $8,500 and seized five vehicles, according to Milford Police Department spokesman Detective Dwight Young.
    The warrants were executed at residences in the 8000 block of N. Old State Rd. in Lincoln, the 300 block of West St. in Milford, the 700 block of Truitt Ave. in Milford, multiple motel rooms at the Travelers Inn Motel in Milford and numerous vehicles, Young said.
    Police arrested 42-year-old Keith Duffy, Lincoln, 39-year-old Christina Eddy, Greenwood, 24-year-old Latasha Guinn, Lincoln, 55-year-old Oscar Parker, Milford, 43-year-old Marvin D. Spady, Milford, 26-year-old Jennifer Sparacio, Milford, and 43-year-old Brian Tunnell, Milford.
    Young said the seven people arrested were charged with a variety of drug charges for crack cocaine, heroin and marijuana, second-degree conspiracy, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    Duffy was charged with drug dealing crack cocaine, second-degree conspiracy, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was arraigned and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in default of a $9,000 cash bond.
    The seven suspects were jailed after failing to post bonds from $3,500 to $120,500: Eddy was committed to the Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in default of a $3,500 cash bond; Guinn was committed to the Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in default of a $9,000 cash bond; Parker was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in default of a $25,000 cash bond; Spady was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in default of a $120,500 cash bond; Sparacio was committed to the Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in default of a $45,500 cash bond; and Tunnell was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in default of a $40,000 cash bond.

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