On 03/07/2019, the Milford Police Department Drug Unit was working on an investigation, when detectives observed multiple hand to hand transactions from a vehicle in the 500 Block of Truitt Ave. Detectives notified the Patrol Division, who responded to the area and made contact with the vehicle and its occupants. Investigation revealed that the front passenger, Larry Brown, 38 of Dover, DE, was in possession of crack cocaine. It was also learned that Brown had other active warrants and capiases for his arrest as well. It was also learned that the rear passenger, Anthony Rayne, was also wanted out of Sussex County Court of Common Pleas on a capias. Both subjects were taken into custody. A consent search of the vehicle revealed drug paraphernalia in the rear floorboard of the vehicle.
Brown was charged with Manufactures, Delivers, Or Possesses With Intent To Manufacture, Deliver A Controlled Substance and Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. Brown was also wanted out of Delaware State Police Troop 3 on assault and offensive touching charges as well as had several capiases out of various courts. Brown had a presentment through Justice of the Peace Court 2 where he was released on $2700.00 USC unsecured bail on the drug charges but was committed in default of $7500.00 USC cash bail and $21,300.00 USC secured bail on one of the DSP warrants and court capiases. He was transported to the Sussex Correctional Institution and turned over to the Department of Corrections without incident. Brown was ordered to appear in various courts at a later date reference to his cases.
Rayne had a presentment through the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and was released on $211.00 USC unsecured bail on his court capias. He was ordered to appear for a capias return hearing in the Sussex County Court of Common Pleas at a later date.
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