Mother, son face drug charges
By Tom Lehman

Updated Thursday, May 2, 2013 - 12:03am

Aaron & Regina Hollis/Courtesy of New Castle County Police Department
A mother and son face drug charges after county police arrest both of them for alleged drug sales at her home.

Police say they found 75 bags of heroin belonging to Aaron Hollis during a vehicle stop for a suspended license on the 100 block of Edge Avenue Monday afternoon.

Hollis allegedly tried to hide the drugs during the search and police say they executed a search warrant at his home on the 900 block of Sheldon Drive in Pike Creek.

That's where police allegedly found empty heroin baggies throughout the home along with objects altered to be used for hiding other items.

Police say they also determined that the homeowner--Hollis' mother Regina--was aware of the illegal activity.

Aaron Hollis is in the Howard Young Correctional Insitution in lieu of $12,500 bail, while Regina Hollis has been released on $2,000 secured bail.



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