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Daily Archives: December 21, 2014

Dover Police Beat: undocumented shoppers prefer J. C. Penneys to do their shoplifting

The Dover Police Department responded to 18 shoplifting calls between Noon on December 11th and Noon on December 18th. Of those 18 shoplifting complaints, three were unfounded, five are still under investigation, and arrests were made/warrants obtained in 10 cases. A total of 12 adults were arrested during this period. After the final shoplifting notification on January 2nd, 2015 the Dover Police Department will compile statistics since the notification program began and compare them to 2012 and 2013 numbers to determine if there was any success in reducing shoplifting incidents.

Dover Police Beat: Robber caught half way to a dozen Dover robberies

DOVER, DEL. — The Dover Police Department reports that they have put the brakes on a robber who has left a trail of empty cash registers behind him as he waltzed in and out of a couple of businesses a week for the past month.

The department reports it has arrested a serial robbery suspect responsible for six armed robberies in just a couple of weeks. The arrest was made after Morris Simms,43,, robbed the EZ Check Cashing business at 1005 College Road just after 2:00PM on Friday, December 19th.

Spotsylvania Police Beat: Cops bet Subway bandit is good for slew of robberies across Virginia

Spotsylvania Police Beat: Cops bet Subway bandit is good for slew of robberies across Virginia – Cosner’s Corner, Va. – Spotsylvania Sheriff Roger L. Harris reports that detectives have arrested a man for robbery who may be a suspect in many more robberies of stores across Virginia.

On December 13th patrol deputies responded to the Subway at Cosner’s Corner for a report of a robbery in progress where two armed subjects entered the business demanding money. The robbers fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of money prior to the arrival of law enforcement.

Eastern Shore Police Beat: What gives about crime in the sleepy little town of Federalsburg?

Eastern Shore Police Beat: What gives about crime in the sleepy little town of Federalsburg? Cops gang up on crime and round up suspects, guns and drugs

(FEDERALSBURG, MD) – Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley reports that crime in the small town of Federalsburg was dealt a blow, at least for a few days. Anything that cuts down on the drug dealing that apparently has fueled two murders in recent months would be a relief to those who wonder what has happened to small-town life in the region.