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Police: Father And Son Facing Drug Charges, Nine Pounds Of Weed, Over $52K Located

The Dover Police Department has arrested a father and son on drug charges following an investigation into drug sales from their residence, according to Public Information Office Sergeant Mark Hoffman.

Hoffman said Dover Police learned that Pierre Foreman Jr., 28, was selling large amounts of marijuana from the home. Foreman Jr. was stopped on February 24th while operating a vehicle in the area of White Oak Road and Dover Park. During the stop, officers located 24.7 grams of marijuana and $455 in suspected drug proceeds, according to Hoffman.

A search warrant was obtained by police for Foreman Jr.’s residence in the 1400 block of College Road. At approximately 3:14 p.m., officers executed the search warrant and took Pierre Foreman Sr. ,58, into custody without incident. During the search, officers located 4,240 grams (9.348 pounds) of marijuana, a 9mm handgun with an extended magazine, and $52,020 in drug proceeds, said Hoffman. The firearm was later determined to be stolen from Kentucky in 2017.

Foreman Jr. was committed to SCI on a $121, 200 cash bond on the following offenses:
-Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana (2x)
-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (2x)
-Possession of Marijuana
-Possession of Firearm During Commission of Felony
-Possession of Firearm/Ammo by Person Prohibited (2x)
-Receiving Stolen Firearm
-Conspiracy 2nd Degree
-Traffic Charges

Foreman Sr. was released on an unsecured bond on the following offenses:
-Possession with Intent to Deliver Marijuana
-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
-Possession of Marijuana
-Possession of Firearm During Commission of Felony
-Possession of Firearm/Ammo by Person Prohibited (2x)
-Receiving Stolen Firearm
-Conspiracy 2nd Degree

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