Dover Police Arrest Four In Meth Lab Bust

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Dover – Four people were arrested following a drug investigation that led to a search warrant being executed at a residence in the 2000 Block of White Oak Road on Friday morning for the operation of a Clandestine Laboratory, according to Dover Police Spokesman Mark Hoffman.

Hoffman said that Dover officers working with DEA (Dover), DNREC Emergency Response Unit, and the Little Creek Fire Company executed a search warrant shortly after 6 a.m. on Friday morning.  During the search, which ended in the arrests of four suspects, police allegedly discovered a clandestine laboratory and components to manufacturer methamphetamine, according to Hoffman.

As a result of the incident, the following suspects were charged with the following offenses:

Clark
Gordon Clark
Gordon Clark
Age: 25
Charges:
Drug Paraphernalia
Violation of Probation

Loder
David Loder
David Loder Age: 36 Charges: Operation of Clandestine Lab Conspiracy 2nd Degree Drug Paraphernalia Maintain Drug Property
David Loder
Age: 36
Charges:
Operation of Clandestine Lab
Conspiracy 2nd Degree
Drug Paraphernalia
Maintain Drug Property

Loder
Vivian Loder
Vivian Loder Age: 36 Charges: Operation of Clandestine Lab Conspiracy 2nd Degree Drug Paraphernalia Maintain Drug Property
Vivian Loder
Age: 36
Charges:
Operation of Clandestine Lab
Conspiracy 2nd Degree
Drug Paraphernalia
Maintain Drug Property

Rholetter
Clark Rholetter
Clark Rholetter Age: 50 Charges: Charges: Operation of Clandestine Lab Conspiracy 2nd Degree Drug Paraphernalia
Clark Rholetter
Age: 50
Charges:
Operation of Clandestine Lab
Conspiracy 2nd Degree
Drug Paraphernalia

Image Credits: Dover Police

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