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5,900 Bags Of Heroin, Multiple Guns Found In Del. Couple's Car

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(L-R) Shauntai Harrison, 30, and Kevin Harris, 36, were arrested after police say they found heroin, cash and multiple guns in a car they were in. (Wilmington Department of Police) (L-R) Shauntai Harrison, 30, and Kevin Harris, 36, were arrested after police say they found heroin, cash and multiple guns in a car they were in. (Wilmington Department of Police)
The guns police say were discovered in a car last week in Wilmington. ((Wilmington Department of Police) The guns police say were discovered in a car last week in Wilmington. ((Wilmington Department of Police)
Police say they found nearly 6,000 bags of heroin in the car. (Wilmington Department of Police) Police say they found nearly 6,000 bags of heroin in the car. (Wilmington Department of Police)
WILMINGTON, Del. -

Two people face multiple charges after police say they found more than 5,000 bags of heroin, multiple guns and thousands of dollars in cash inside of a car in Wilmington, Delaware police said.

Police say the couple was stopped last week on the 500 block of N. Franklin Street.

Upon further investigation, officers found the two were allegedly in possession of 5,925 bags of heroin worth nearly $60,000, an AK-47 assault rifle and several other guns along with $11,741 in cash.

Police say 36-year-old Kevin Harris and 30-year-old Shauntai Harris were taken into custody. The two face multiple charges.

 

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