FEDS bust two large - scale drug rings in Delaware
Delaware’s top federal prosecutor says investigators busted drug rings operating in two communities in the first state. An operation in Wilmington in which undercover agents made several purchases of fentanyl and methamphetamine over the last five months. They also indicted twelve suspects for alleged drug dealing that plagued the Rosemont community.
"The drugs sold and the toxic mixture created are becoming more dangerous, the tactics deployed by the defendants are more sophisticated," Weiss said.
Investigators showed pictures of the large-scale, illegal drug operation being run in Dover in which undercover agents made multiple buys of fentanyl and methamphetamine over the last five months.
They argue the arrests of the Fountain brothers, Dwayne, and Martin, and two other suspects, lead to a record-setting haul of 7.5 kilograms of fentanyl. A top official with the Philadelphia office of the federal Drug Enforcement Agency said the 7.5 kilograms equals 380 thousand potentially lethal doses of fentanyl.
The Delaware head of the FBI said they’ll seek long jail terms for those involved in both drug operations.
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