WILMINGTON — On Thursday, Feb. 11, after two traffic stops, the Wilmington Police Department searched the home of three individuals to find 52 rounds of ammo, 33.45 grams of cocaine, 55 THC gummies, 37 THC cartridges, 6 dosage units of Hydrocodone, 5 dosage units of Oxycodone, 6.1 grams of marijuana, less than $200 cash, and the remains of a marijuana joint.
All three were arrested, some with multiple counts. A child also was in the house during the search, leading to one charge of child abuse among the suspects.
WPD arrested three individuals, including:
28-year-old Warren Garret —
- Trafficking in cocaine
- Two counts of maintain controlled substance in vehicle/dwelling/place
- One count of M/S/D/P controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school
- One count of possession with intent to sell or distribute cocaine
- One count of firearm by felon
- One count of possession of drug paraphernalia
He also was charged with one count to sell/deliver heroin and one count to sell/deliver cocaine from a prior incident. The final two charges were related to a prior incident. Warren was jailed with a $200,000 secured bond.
28-year-old Ivonne Johnson —
- One count of maintain controlled substance in vehicle/dwelling/place
- Two counts of possession with intent to manufacture, sell, or distribute a schedule VI controlled substance
- One count of simple possession of a schedule II controlled substance
- One count of simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance
- One count of misdemeanor child abuse from child being in the house with these illegal substances
Johnson was given a $7,500 unsecured bond.
A third suspect, 49-year-old Joseph Mitchell, was arrested and charged with felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance and given a $1,500 unsecured bond.
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