(WatchDogReport.org) – According to the Delaware State Police, troopers arrested two suspects in the city of Dover on August 26 for drug-related offenses. The officials took this step after one of the suspects was found in the driver’s seat of “an idling” vehicle, presenting signs of drug abuse. The two individuals arrested were identified as Frederica resident Antonio Malloy and Felton resident Jenny Fagan.
The troopers found the two suspects inside a blue Dodge Caravan that was parked and running around 8 a.m. When getting near the driver’s seat, the officials noticed that the driver (Fagan) wasn’t “fully conscious” and had a needle in her arm, with crack cocaine on the seat. They tried to contact the 35-year-old woman, but she was unresponsive.
After that, the officers helped Fagan to exit the car so she could immediately receive medical treatment. Meanwhile, 46-year-old Malloy was in the passenger seat and exited the vehicle so the troopers could investigate it. The 35-year-old woman had four different active warrants for her arrest.
In a statement, the Delaware State Police said that officials uncovered nearly 45 prescription pills, 8 grams of methamphetamine, 33 grams of cocaine, and more than 3 grams of crack cocaine. The statement also noted troopers found a loaded handgun that the Camden Police Department reported stolen in July, along with bullets and three bags filled with heroin.
According to reports, authorities charged Malloy with possessing drug paraphernalia, controlled substances, and intent to deliver a controlled substance. Meanwhile, they charged Fagan with receiving a stolen weapon, DUI, possession of controlled substances, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia, and having a weapon while under drugs.
The 46-year-old man was sent to the Sussex Correctional Institution, while the 35-year-old woman was sent to the Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution. The statement reads that their bonds are $41,000 and $47,000 respectively.
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