Delaware State Police Beat / BAD TO THE BONE — Benjamin Greene collared by cops on heroin, and stolen guns raps in raid

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Delaware State Police Beat / BAD TO THE BONE — Benjamin Greene collared by cops on heroin, and stolen guns raps in raid

Greene was a registered sex offender and didn’t disclose his address to police as required by law – perhaps due to a child being in the same location along with his cache of drugs and stolen guns

BAD TO THE BONE- This dirtbag wasn’t supposed to be around children due to being a convicted sex offender, failed to notify police about where he was living and was wanted in a hit and run crash on I-95 when he was running heroin. Now he and his drugs and his stolen guns have a new home in police custody.

DOVER, DEL. – The Delaware State Police Spokesman Sgt. Richard D. Bratz reports that the State Police and Kent County Drug Unit, in partnership with the Dover Police Department, have arrested a Dover man after the culmination of a four-month long investigation into illegal drug sales from residences in Dover.

On Friday, February 10, 2017 during the morning hours, the Delaware State Police Kent County Drug Unit, with the assistance of the Kent County Governor’s Task Force, Delaware State Police Special Operations Response Team (SORT), DEA-Dover Post of Duty and the Dover Police Department conducted two search warrants at residences in Dover.

The locations were in the unit block of Stevenson Drive and the 400 block of East Water Street, Dover. Benjamin M. Greene, 29 of Dover, was taken into custody without incident at the Stevenson Drive address.

 

The search of the East Water Street residence revealed 22.9 grams of heroin, drug packaging materials, a loaded .25 caliber handgun, a .38 caliber handgun that was reported stolen out of Troop 3, Kent County on October 15, 2016, and a 9mm handgun reported stolen to the Greer Police Department in South Carolina.

A search of the Stevenson Drive residence revealed packaging material for heroin distribution and over $1,200.00 in suspected drug proceeds. The search of the East Water Street residence revealed 22.9 grams of heroin, drug packaging materials, a loaded .25 caliber handgun, a .38 caliber handgun that was reported stolen out of Troop 3, Kent County on October 15, 2016, and a 9mm handgun reported stolen to the Greer Police Department in South Carolina.

Benjamin M. Greene was transported back to Troop 3 where he was charged with five counts of Drug Dealing, three counts of Possession of a Firearm by a Person Prohibited, two counts of Receiving a Stolen Firearms, Possession of a Firearm with an Obliterated Serial Number, Conspiracy 2nd degree, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, four counts of Manufactures, Delivers or Possesses with intent to Deliver, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.  Greene has prior felony firearms convictions. 

Greene is also being charged by Troop 1 reference to a hit and run accident on US95 that occurred during this investigation after he was suspected of transporting heroin from Philadelphia to Dover.  During his route south, he rear-ended a vehicle and fled the scene.  This vehicle was recovered in front of the Stevenson Drive residence with a fictitious registration. He was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court 2 and committed to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Institution on $150,200.00 cash bond.

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