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Police accuse three men of dealing drugs from Largo apartment

LARGO — Police arrested three men Monday night on charges of dealing narcotics, crack cocaine and marijuana from a Largo apartment.

Police entered Waterchase Apartments, 401 Rosery Road, unit 819, with a warrant and arrested Edward Hobson, 23, Paul Morelli, 18, and Kevin Currington, 18. Police said they received several tips about drug dealing at the apartment starting a few months ago.

Police said they seized 308 grams of marijuana, 2.5 grams of crack cocaine and a .380-caliber revolver.

Hobson was charged with violating his probation and possession of crack cocaine, marijuana and paraphernalia.

Morelli was charged with possession of marijuana and violating his probation.

Currington was charged with possession of crack cocaine, paraphernalia, oxycodone and marijuana with intent to sell and distribute. Largo police also charged him with unlawful use of a two-way communication device.

Police accuse three men of dealing drugs from Largo apartment 11/09/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 11:41am]
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