Two Individuals Arrested By MPD Narcotics Detectives

The Milford Police Narcotics Division with the assistance of Kent County Delaware State Police Special Investigation Unit and Kent Probation & Parole, arrested and charged Todd D. Culver, 44yo Milford man, on Sunday, November 20 with Possession with the Intent to Deliver Methamphetamines, Manufacturing with the Intent to Deliver Methamphetamines, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Driving While Suspended or Revoked (2 counts).

The arrest came at the conclusion of a month long investigation where police state they discovered that Culver was dealing Methamphetamines and operating a motor vehicle to transport supplies (with a suspended or revoked license). Culver was contacted and taken into custody at a residence in the 1000 block of SE 2nd St. by detectives. According to police, Culver was attempting to cook Methamphetamines when detectives took him into custody and he was found to be in possession of ingredients in order to produce Methamphetamines and construct a Methamphetamine laboratory.

Culver was arraigned through JP2 and was committed to SCI in default of $12,000 secured bond and also had multiple active capiases out of various courts.

Earlier in the day on Sunday, November 20, during a separate joint investigation, Milford Police Narcotics Detectives along with Kent County Delaware State Police Special Investigation Unit and DNREC executed a search warrant at a residence on 1900 block of Deep Grass Lane, Houston. They arrested and charged Lawrence Stockman, 28yo, of Houston, with Manufacturing with the Intent to Deliver Methamphetamines and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. During the search warrant police state that Narcotics Detectives took Stockman into custody in the residence where an active Methamphetamine laboratory had been constructed and officers found Stockman in possession of ingredients to manufacture Methamphetamine during this investigation. Stockman was arraigned through JP7 $5,000 secured bond and also had multiple active capiases out of various courts.

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