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Georgetown drug bust leaves 11 arrested with 400 bags of narcotics seized

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Investigators in Georgetown launched a large-scale drug investigation that resulted in the arrests of 11 people and the seizure of over 400 bags of heroin and other drugs.

On Wednesday, January 31, officers executed a narcotics search warrant in the 200 building of Dunbarton Apartments, according to the Georgetown Police Department. During this search, the police confiscated 287 bags of heroin, 1.45 grams of crack cocaine, and marijuana.

Samuel Senecharles and Dontrae Flowers were both arrested for possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver a counterfeit controlled substance, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 2 quantity. Javar Ricketts was also arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute a counterfeit controlled substance, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance in a Tier quantity.

Senecharles was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institute. His bond was set at an $8,500 secured bond. Flowers was released from jail on an $8,000 unsecured bond. Ricketts’ bond was set at a $22,100 secured bond, and he is currently being held at the Sussex Correctional Institute.

The second warrant was executed on Friday, February 2, along with the assistance of the Delaware State Police. Several apartments in the 100 building of Dunbarton Apartments were searched, according to Georgetown Police.

During that search, 227 bags of heroin, 11.57 grams of crack cocaine, .39 grams of cocaine, 15.56 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and a .38 caliber revolver were found and seized.

Daimyon Gibbs was arrested for possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance in a Tier I quantity, tampering with physical evidence, conspiracy 2nd degree, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Orlien Aclair was arrested for a series of charges, including: possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, and two counts of possession with intent to deliver a counterfeit controlled substance.

Karl Motto was arrested for possession of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a controlled substance in a Tier 1 quantity, tampering with physical evidence, conspiracy 2nd degree, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Gibbs was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institute with a cash bond of $134,000. Aclair is also in Sussex with a cash bond of $104,600. Motto has a cash bond of $70,400 and is currently in the Sussex Correctional Institution.

Five other individuals were arrested during the search, Alexis Norwood, Javontai Ricketts, Dontrae Flowers, Brandon Gibbs, and Rayleisha Gibbs. All of them had bonds, and Rayleisha Gibbs was released on an unsecured bond.

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