Delaware Heroin And Prescription Drug Possession Laws
On Tuesday at about 2:38 p.m., a Clayton officer spotted a vehicle with a passenger who was a suspect in a March 13 vehicle pursuit.
The officer stopped the vehicle and took the passenger into custody. A search of the man turned up drug paraphernalia and prescription drugs, Chief of Police Brian C. Hill said.
Hill said the vehicle also had fictitious tags and no insurance, and a search prior to it being towed revealed 31 grams of suspected heroin inside.
Randolph E. Wayman, 26, of Mast Circle in Dover, was charged with failure to stop on command, numerous traffic offenses, possession of prescription drugs without a prescription, second-degree conspiracy, possession of heroin and five counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.
The driver, Ashlie F. Winder, 27, of Holly Hill Estates, was charged with possession of heroin, second-degree conspiracy, five counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with a suspended license, no insurance and fictitious tags.
Both were taken to Justice of the Peace Court 7 and then the Department of Correction in default of bond. Wayman’s bond was $52,350 secured, and Winder’s was $54,035.
To learn more about Delaware drug possession laws visit: http://delcode.delaware.gov