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Fruit Loops, Gummies & LSD: Police Nab Suspected Edible Drug Dealer in Delaware Park

A public park drug bust led police to kilos of raw and edible hallucinogens including a brick of drug-laced Fruit Loops in the home of a University of Delaware student.

Newark, Delaware police said they also found dozens of LSD doses inside Dylan Nunn’s apartment along East Main Street.

A State Parks Enforcement officer alerted city police about Nunn after he received a complaint of suspicious activity along Pomeroy Trail within White Clay Creek Park on New London Road on May 8. The officer found 460 grams of edible pot for sale, said police.

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Police got a search warrant and on Friday found 62 doses of LSD, 3.5 kilos of raw and edible marijuana products (including gummies) along with drug paraphernalia and several stolen street signs belonging to the city and state parks, said police.

Nunn, who hails from Washington, D.C., was arrested without incident on charges of drug dealing, receiving stolen property and drug possession charges and released on $50,000 bond.

Delaware Online reported that Nunn is a University of Delaware student just days away from graduation.

A university spokesperson confirmed to NBC10 that Nunn is enrolled at the school but didn't answer if he will still graduate this weekend.

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