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Several charged after Lincoln drug bust

September 7, 2017

Several people face charges following a drug bust in Lincoln on Sept. 5.

The Delaware State Police Sussex County Drug Unit with the assistance of the Sussex County Governor’s Task Force, Troop 7 Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement team, State Police Special Operations Response Team, Delaware Department of Correction, and Milford Police Department, conducted search warrants located in the 19000 block of Crabapple Lane and the 8000 block of Greentop Road around 11 a.m. and took several people into custody, said Master Cpl. Gary Fournier of the Delaware State Police.

Police also found a total of 3,043 bags of heroin (21.301 grams), 28.24 grams of cocaine, 11 Suboxone strips, over $9,500 in suspected drug proceeds and a .22-caliber rifle.

The following suspects were charged as a result of the investigation:

• Darus E. Young, 42, of Millsboro and Antonio J. Belfield, 33, of Lincoln were charged with possession of heroin and cocaine with intent to deliver both and other charges. They were committed to Sussex Correctional Institution in default of $130,000 cash bond.

• William Snyder, 39, of Lincoln was charged with maintaining a drug property, possession of heroin and other charges. He was committed to SCI in default of $24,000 secured bond.

• Mckayla Snyder-Shirey, 19, of Lincoln was charged with maintaining a drug property and possession of marijuana and released on $2,500 unsecured bond.
 
Also charged and released were Robert L. Fanning, 47, of Milford with resisting arrest; Andre A. Mifflin, 44, of Lincoln with possession of heroin and resisting arrest; William G. Rafter, 48, of Lincoln with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia; Nathaniel L. Colon, 23, of Lincon with carrying a concealed dangerous instrument and possession of drug paraphernalia; John S. Meredith, 48, of Milford with possession of drug paraphernalia; Tony Kiser, 46, of Milford with possession of drug paraphernalia; and Caitlynn H. Scott, 20, of Milton with criminal impersonation.