Two Arrested After Long Neck/Angola Area Chase Saturday

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Delaware State Police were in the Long Neck area Saturday afternoon when they spotted a car fail to stop at a stop sign at Banks Road and Route 24.  Troopers tried to stop the car, but the driver kept going – turning onto Angola Road.  As the car approached a curve in the road – the driver, 41 year old Wayne Revel of Smyrna, pulled onto the shoulder and jumped out of the moving car – he was arrested.  The passenger, 40 year old Donald Phillips of Milton tried to run into the woods and threw items into the brush as well.  He refused to surrender and was tasered and arrested.  A search of the car turned up large amounts of methamphetamine and heroin, drug paraphernalia and more.   Both men are being held in default of a cash bond.

Wayne O. Revel Jr., 41 of Smyrna, was charged with Drug Dealing Tier 5, two counts of Possession with Intent to Deliver Tier 5, two counts of Possession with Aggravating Factor, Conspiracy 2nd Degree, Possession with the Intent to Deliver Marijuana, Reckless Endangering, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of a Prescription without a Prescription, Failure to stop on command, Resisting arrest, four counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Disregarding a Police Officer Signal (Felony-Subsequent Offense), Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign and Failure to Signal. Revel was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in default of $100,002.00 Cash Bond.

Donald P. Phillips, 40 of Milton, was charged with two counts of Drug Dealing Tier 5, two counts of Possession with Intent to Deliver Tier 5, two counts of Possession with Aggravating Factor, Carrying Concealed Deadly Weapon, Conspiracy 2nd Degree, Possession with the Intent to Deliver Marijuana, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Tampering with evidence, Possession of Prescription without a Prescription, Resisting arrest and three counts of Drug Paraphernalia. Donald P. Phillips was arraigned before the Justice of the Peace Court and committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in default of $98,505.00 Cash Bond.