Rite Aid Pharmacy Attempted Robbery

Attempted Robbery 1st Degree, Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony, Reckless Endangering 1st Degree, Disregarding a Police Officer Signal, Resisting Arrest and thirteen additional traffic violations.

Arresting Officer: CPL. Brent Guyer

On 12/4/10, the Milford Police Department arrested and charged a 21 year old Harrington stemming from an incident that occurred at Rite Aid Pharmacy (N. Dupont Blvd) on 11/5/10 and an incident that occurred on 12/3/10. Daniel P. Everett was charged with Attempted Robbery 1st Degree, Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony, Reckless Endangering 1st Degree, Felony Disregarding a Police Officer Signal, Resisting Arrest and thirteen additional traffic violations.  Through an investigation of an attempted robbery at Rite Aid Pharmacy on 11/5/10, it was revealed that Everett had entered the store and displayed what appeared to be a knife to a pharmacy employee and demanded prescription pills. Everett later fled on foot without obtaining anything. On 12/3/10, the Milford Police Department received information as to the whereabouts of Everett due to having outstanding warrants for the Attempted Robbery. Officers observed Everett operating a vehicle on Warner Rd. A vehicle pursuit then ensued which ultimately led to Everett exiting his vehicle and fleeing on foot. Everett turned himself in on 12/4/10. Everett was arraigned through JP3 and was committed to SCI in default of $58,825.00 secured bond. Everett also had outstanding warrants out of Camden Police Department and Georgetown Police Department.

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