Police Arrest Suspected Drug Dealer in Bear After Slamming into Police Cruiser During Botched Fleeing Attempt

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BEAR, DE – Police in Bear arrested 30-year-old Allan Stevens of Bear on felony drug charges following an investigation that began on Friday afternoon, according to the Delaware State Police

On Friday, at approximately 3:00 p.m., Delaware state troopers responded to the Governor’s Square Shopping Center, located at 901 Governors Place in Bear, regarding a subject who was reported to be distributing narcotics from his vehicle at this location.

“Upon their arrival, troopers located a silver 2015 Dodge Challenger that was occupied by operator Allan Stevens. When troopers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on Stevens, he disregarded their commands and reversed into a State Police vehicle,” police said. “Stevens then exited his car and attempted to flee the scene on foot. Troopers gave chase and were able to take Stevens into custody after a Taser deployment.”

According to police, a search of Stevens led to the discovery of approximately 15.31 grams of methamphetamine, approximately 8.27 grams of marijuana, and over $1,000 in suspected drug proceeds.

No troopers were injured in this incident. Stevens was treated at a nearby medical facility for minor injuries and charged upon his release.

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