Two southern Delaware men were charged in connection to drug sales outside Dover Wednesday, authorities announced Thursday. 

According to Delaware State Police, 39-year-old Robert W. Conklin, of Millsboro, and 33-year-old Jonathan W. Bostick, of Bridgeville, were conducting drug transactions in the Red Lion Area from Conklin's Cadillac Escalade. 

With the assistance of a variety of state and county task forces, Conklin and Bostick were arrested while traveling along Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway, south of the Dover Toll Plaza. 

A search warrant executed on the vehicle turned up 59.15 grams of crystal methamphetamine, 2,318.41 grams of marijuana, 11 30mg Oycodone pills, and $2,900 in suspected drug proceeds, police said.

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Each man was charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance-Tier II quantity, possession of a controlled substance-Tier V quantity, possession of a controlled substance-Tier IV quantity, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, and second-degree conspiracy.

Conklin was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution in lieu of $162,500 cash bond, while Bostick was committed to the same institution in lieu of $33,000 secured bond.