Dover Police Arrest Five After Lengthy Drug Investigation

Dover Police

Dover – The Dover Police Department, assisted by the State of Delaware Probation and Parole, arrested five people on Wednesday afternoon, concluding a lengthy drug investigation, according to M/Cpl. Mark Hoffman, Public Information Officer.

Hoffman said officers executed a search warrant at 2:30 PM at 43 S. Kirkwood Street. As a result, 233 bags of heroin, .1 grams of crack cocaine, .3 grams of cocaine, 7 grams of marijuana, and a loaded .32 caliber handgun were seized and the following persons were charged, according to Hoffman.

Juan Alicea (Bearded Male), 30, of Dover was charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver Heroin, Possession with Intent to Deliver Heroin (Tier 1 Qty), Possession of Crack Cocaine,
Drug Paraphernalia, and Local Fugitive. He was committed to JTVCC in default of $8,500 bond.

Dustin Skinner 31, of Dover, was charged with Possession of a Firearm by Person Prohibited (2x), Possession of Firearm During Commission of Felony, Possession with Intent to Deliver Heroin, Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana, and Drug Paraphernalia. He was committed to JTVCC in default of $38,500 bond.

Lisa Skinner (41), Timothy Morefield (31), and Jackie Troise (35) were each issued a criminal summons for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Photos are not available.

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