Police have captured two more persons wanted in connection with a massive Kent County drug invstigation.

Law enforcement officers have arrested two of four persons still wanted in connection with a massive drug investigation that concluded with the arrest of 36 individuals in Kent County.

Karen E. Sebastian, 45, of Flagstick Lane, Magnolia, was caught by Capitol Police Sept. 22, and turned over to officers at Troop 3, said Delaware State Police spokesman Master Cpl. Bruce W. Harris.

Sebastian was charged with possession with intent to deliver cocaine, maintaining a dwelling for keeping controlled substances, second-degree criminal solicitation, and possession of marijuana.

David R. Vilone, 21, of East Street, Harrington, was arrested Sept. 23 by Delaware State Police and charged with second-degree criminal solicitation.

The six-month drug investigation resulted in the seizure of $206,000 in cash, more than a pound of crack cocaine, seven pounds of powder cocaine, as well as marijuana, heroin, Ecstasy, Xanax and Vicodin pills, plus 13 firearms, 11 cars and nine canines used for dog fighting.

Police estimated the drug ring moved at least $4 million in drugs through Kent County each year.

Sebastian was processed at Justice of the Peace Court No. 7, then released on a $13,000 unsecured bond.

Vilone also was processed at JP Court No. 7 and released on a $2,000 unsecured bond.