Police: 189 Bags Of Heroin Seized, 8 Face Drug, Conspiracy Charges, 7 Released On Unsecured Bond


Georgetown – Georgetown Police Detectives have concluded a drug investigation with the arrest of eight suspects, according to Public Information Officer, Detective Joey Melvin.

Melvin said on April 8, 2018, Georgetown Police executed a search warrant at a residence within the Dunbarton Apartment complex.

During the search, approximately 189 bags of heroin, 22,26 grams of crack cocaine, 16.5 grams of powder cocaine, 9 grams of marijuana, 15 oxycotin pills and $2200.00 in cash was recovered, according to Melvin.

Melvin said Yahi Drummond 24, of Georgetown, London Felix 24, of Georgetown, Samuel Senecharles 19, of Georgetown, Jaquan Darling 19, of Milford, Lamia Sturgis 20, of Georgetown, Laquintala Sturgis 40, of Georgetown, Tash Nock 25, of Georgetown and a juvenile were all arrested for Possession with intent to deliver heroin, Possession with intent to deliver cocaine, Possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, Conspiracy 2nd Degree, three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of oxycontin.

Additionally, Tash Nock, Samuel Senecharles, and London Felix were charged with Trespassing.

Yahi Drummond was committed to Sussex Correctional Institute in liue of $19,000 secured bond.
London Felix was released on $12,350 unsecured bond.
Samuel Senecharles was released on $14,000 unsecured bond.
Jaquan Darlins was released on $12,500 unsecured bond.
Lamia Sturgis was released on $12,000 unsecured bond.
Laquintala Sturgis was released on $14,000 unsecured bond.
Tash Nock was released on $12,100 unsecured bond.
The juvenile was released on $12,000 unsecured bond.

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