Ellerman said the DEA estimates that one kilogram of raw heroin amounts to 330,000 individual doses – doses, he added, that did not make it to the streets. You have permission to edit this article. The investigation was led by Middletown Police Department and DEA Task Force Agent John Stuart, who Weiss said “quarterbacked” the investigation, in conjunction with the DEA’s Tactical Diversion Squad and HIDTA Group 41. Traffic Stop Leads to the Arrest of Two Individuals on Felony Drug Charges- Millsboro. Low around 45F. The Delaware State Police Kent County Drug Unit, Dover Police Department, Delaware State Police Governor's Task Force, and the Delaware State Police Special Operations Response Team (SORT) culminated the month long investigation by executing a search warrant in the 1600 block of John Clark Road, Dover, DE. “The potential devastation to be caused by the distribution of [the drugs seized] is incalculable,” Weiss said. With all the big news last week, here's a look at some of the things you may have missed to keep you in the loop around the proverbial water cooler. Georgetown man sentenced in string of swatting phone calls, City of Seaford car thefts increase during COVID-19 pandemic: report, Lincoln man wanted for attempted murder arrested during unrelated investigation, Police: Salisbury man breaks into dealership, steals vehicle, Delaware man allegedly points a handgun at a customer walking through a haunted attraction Saturday night, BREAKING: Former James M. Bennett Vice Principal found not guilty on all charges, Reported assault leads to numerous charges for Salisbury man, Unofficial election results indicate that Sussex County Council will keep their president. Rivera-Villa and Perez-Guillen are identified as Mexican Nationals who are in the country illegally, according to Weiss, with Rivera-Villa having already been deported and identified as an aggravated felon. Following a three-month-long investigation that included local, state, county, and federal officials, US District Attorney for Delaware David Weiss announced on Thursday, Aug. 29, the arrest of Ricardo Perez-Guillen, 40, and Julian Rivera-Villa, 56, both of Gloucester City, NJ, on multiple drug trafficking charges. As troopers made contact with the driver--identified as 27-year-old Eric K. Johnson, of Dover--he attempted to provide a false name. Catch all of WDEL's Election Day coverage right here! Delaware State Police (DSP) shared the results of the two-month probe, conducted with the Dover Police Department's Drugs Vice and Organized Crime Unit, that culminated with the bust. Those pills eventually turned out to be fake Oxycodone pills laced with Fentanyl. DOVER, Del. wpvi . of suspected fake Oxycodone pills. DOVER, Del. of cocaine, 14,000 fake pills, and $28,000 in cash, along with a quantity of other pills Weiss said have yet to be identified. As to whether or not the arrest could lead to further arrests higher up the supply train, Weiss said he could not comment on an active investigation. Police say the organization was responsible for a large-scale distribution of cocaine and marijuana in and around Kent County. DOVER, Del. 10 kilos of heroin, 14,000 fake Oxy pills, seized after three-month multiagency investigation. According to a report issued by police spokesman Joshua Bushweller, members of the Delaware State Police Troop 3 Drug Task Force and Governor’s Task Force conducted a drug operation in the 100 block of Saxton Road, Kent Acres, Dover … Eric K. Johnson was charged with two counts of Possession of Heroin in a Tier 5 quantity, two counts of Possession with Intent to Deliver Heroin, Conspiracy 2nd, Criminal Impersonation, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and a Traffic Violation.