Rehoboth Police: Suspect flees following drug-related traffic stop
By Mark Fowser

Updated Thursday, April 28, 2016 - 3:09am

(l. to r.) David Brown; Cason Marshall
One Dover man is arrested and another is still being sought following a traffic stop in Rehoboth Beach which results in a DUI and drug investigation.

Police in the resort say 19-year-old Cason Marshall was speeding on Rehoboth Avenue when an officer pulled him over late Monday night.

The smell of marijuana led to a further investigation and search, which police say turned up more than 50-grams of pot.

Marshall was arrested on drug-related charges.

Police say 20-year-old David Brown fled on foot after the traffic stop and he is still at large.

Two 16-year-old juveniles were also in the vehicle at the time, according to police.

Brown is wanted on drug-related charges as well as for resisting arrest and "criminal contempt of a domestic violence protective order."

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