Manslaughter suspect caught in Dover gun bust | The Latest from WDEL News

Six people were arrested in Dover on Thursday April 15, 2021, including a 17-year-old wanted in connection with a gunshot death last summer.

Dover police say Heivyn Johnson has been monitored in connection with the death of 27-year-old Uniqua Caldwell in July 2020.

As a result of the operation, officers carried out a vehicle stop which resulted in arrests and the discovery of five loaded handguns, including:

-Smith and Wesson SD9 9mm pistol

-SCCY CPX-9 9mm pistol

-Beretta 92FS 9mm pistol

-Glock 19x 9mm pistol

-Glock 22 .40 handgun

In addition to gun crimes, Johnson was charged with manslaughter related to Caldwell’s death and was admitted to the Stevenson Juvenile Detention Center on bail of $ 60,000.

Caldwell was found behind the wheel of a car that crashed into a sign on Route 13 and Loockerman Street on July 8, 2020, with a gunshot wound to the head.

Below are the other five suspects, their ages, and their criminal backgrounds:

Destiny Johnson, 19, has been tied to the Baylor Women’s Correctional Institute for a $ 132,100 secured bond

– possession of a firearm by a prohibited person (3x)

– Carry hidden deadly weapon (3x)

-Possession of the firearm while on commission of the crime

-Possession of marijuana

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Jaquell McDonald, 24, has been tied to the Sussex Correctional Institution (SCI) for a $ 10,300 bond

– Possession of firearms by a prohibited person

3rd degree conspiracy

-Possession of marijuana

Kevin Baynard, 21, was tied to SCI for a $ 44,000 secured bond

– Possession of firearms by a prohibited person

-Possession of marijuana

3rd degree conspiracy

Amir Brundge, 21, was tied to SCI for a $ 47,850 secured bond

– possession of a firearm by a prohibited person (2x)

-Possession of marijuana

-Possession with the intention of supplying marijuana

-Drug paraphernalia

3rd degree conspiracy

Serenity Jackson, 19, was released on an OR bond to prevent law enforcement

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