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Accused drug dealer keeps getting released on bond and rearrested

October 19, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Accused drug dealer keeps getting released on bond and rearrested

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A purported drug dealer in Michigan who was arrested last November, and was later rearrested for the same offense in March, has now been arrested a third time.

Darius Lamont Warren, 27, has three cases charging him with possession with intent to deliver heroin, crack, and cocaine.

He has also been charged with being a felon possessing a firearm, felony firearm, fleeing, eluding, resisting and obstructing authorities, MLive.com reported.

His most recent case resulted from a search carried out at his home, according to Muskegon County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat. Detectives seized cocaine, crack, heroin and guns.

Darius Lamont Warren

Police are seeking the forfeiture of $9,500 cash.

The man has been charged with intent to deliver between 50 and 449 grams of cocaine, intent to deliver between 50 and 449 grams of heroin, being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Because Warren is being charged as a four-time habitual criminal, he may face up to life behind bars on the drug charges.

Warren was found guilty of two counts of delivery of fewer than 50 grams of narcotics and fleeing and eluding police in 2015. He also has felony convictions for possessing a concealed weapon and felony firearm, Maat revealed.

He was taken into custody last November on charges of possession with intent to deliver and posted a $50,000 surety bond.

Then, in March, Warren was charged with possession with intent to deliver, resisting and obstructing and fleeing and eluding, and once again posted a $100,000 surety bond.

Both those cases have been transferred over to the circuit court for trial.

Court documents show that after Warren was arraigned on October 4th on the most recent charges, and posted a $100,000 surety bond.

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