Man, woman charged with illegally selling prescription drugs
By Mark Fowser

Isela Delgado, Oscar B. Jimenez
Two suspects are charged with selling illegal prescription drugs out of several locations in Selbyville and Frankford.

Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement, State Police and Milton Police carried out search warrants following a month-long investigation.

31-year-old Isela Delgado and 35-year-old Oscar Jimenez, both of Ocean City, are charged with operating a pharmacy without a license, delivery of non-controlled prescription medication and delivery of a hypodermic syringe.

In addition to the drugs, investigators also seized more than 500 "bootleg" DVD's and about $88,000 in cash.

Jiminez faces an additional charge of trademark counterfeiting.

He was being held on $5,500 unsecured bond.

Delgado's bond was set at $4,100.

Safety and Homeland Security officials say the drugs were being sold illegally at La Sierra on West Church Street in Selbyville and Taco Town on DuPont Boulevard in Frankford.

An investigation into whether a third location was involved is ongoing.

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