Wilmington Police Arrest Man Holding 22,500 Packages of Heroin

Wilmington Police Arrest Man Holding 22,500 Packages of Heroin

Wilmington Police Arrest Man Holding 22,500 Packages of Heroin Featured

By / Local News / Wednesday, 10 June 2020 02:05

By WILLARD KILLOUGH III
Managing Editor

WILMINGTON - 22,500 packaged doses of Heroin will not be available to addicts following an arrest made by the Wilmington Police Department on May 28th. If you need help  visit https://www.wilming
tontreatment.com/heroin/ or https://drugabuse.com/usa/drug-abuse/wilmington-nc/
On Thursday, May 28, WPD Special Investigation Division (SID) detectives attempted to stop a vehicle between Lingo Dr. and New Centre Dr. The vehicle fled at a high rate of speed on Market St., running red lights, traveling in unauthorized lanes and moving into oncoming traffic. The pursuit ended in the 100 block of N. Kerr Avenue, where SID Vice personnel located the suspect walking.
Detectives, along with K-9, tracked back to the empty vehicle and came across:
- A plastic bag with 36 loose packages of heroin and two valves of cocaine base crack;
- a duffel bag with an estimated 22,500 dosage units of packaged heroin (an exact count will be determined once the packages are sent to the lab);
- a large sum of cash;
- and drug paraphernalia.
David Alexander Rogers was arrested and charged with Fugitive from Justice (wanted out of New Jersey), Trafficking Heroin, Possession with Intent to Sell or Distribute a Schedule I Controlled Substance, and Resist/Delay/Obstruct Public Officer (RDO), and is being held under a $2,002,500 secured bond.

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