Police Report – December 30, 2012

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On December 13, 2012, Milford Police investigated a shoplifting that occurred at Mills Brother’s Markets on Southeast Front Street shortly after 10 am.  Investigation revealed a white female obtained an undisclosed amount of tobacco products and fled the store.  Following the release of the information, the Milford Police Department received several tips.  On 12/28/12 Dana L. Porter was located by Milford Police thanks to numerous tips from concerned citizens identifying Porter and her whereabouts. Porter was arrested and charged with Shoplifting under $1000 and had five active capiases out of Kent County Court of Common Pleas. Porter was arraigned through KCCP and was later released on an unsecured bond. (Source: Milford Police)

The Milford Police Criminal Division is asking the public’s help with information regarding an Armed Robbery that occurred on Christmas Day at approximately 6:00 pm at the Country Farm Food Store located in the 100 block of SE Front St. Police claim that one heavy set black male and one thin build black male entered the store, and that the larger male brandished a handgun, pointed it at the store clerk and demanded money. Police report that after obtaining an undisclosed amount of money both suspects fled on foot. Both males were described as average height and wearing dark clothing. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Det. Dwight Young or Det. Kathy Getek of the Milford Police Department at 302-422-8081 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or www.tipsubmit.com. (Source: Milford Police)

On December 27, 2012 the Milford Police arrested a 23-year-old Greenwood man in connection with an incident that occurred on October 28, 2012 at the Royal Farms Convenience Store located in the 500 block of South Dupont Hwy. Bradley A. Herd was charged with Theft Under $1500 & Criminal Mischief Under $1000. Police claim that Bradley pulled up to the gas pumps, exited his vehicle and then pushed and pulled on the handicapped gas pump buzzer pole until he was able to break it free from the ground, and that Bradley then placed the handicapped gas pump buzzer and the entire pole in his vehicle and then fled from the parking lot. Bradley was arraigned through JP2 and was later released on $1000 unsecured bond. (Source: Milford Police)

On December 23, 2012, the Milford Police Department K-9 Division arrested and charged a 50-year-old Milford man stemming from an incident that occurred on December 22, 2012 at One Stop Market located in the 900 block of N. Walnut St. at 6:25 pm. Milford Police K-9 Units responded to the parking lot of the store after receiving a report of a disorderly man bleeding from his face. Upon arriving, K-9 units identified the man as Charles L. Bradley. Police claim Bradley was intoxicated and very uncooperative with Police and began yelling profanities. The police investigation revealed that Bradley was already bleeding from his face by unknown means when he entered the store. According to police, once in the store Bradley began cursing at the store clerk and motioned as if he was shooting a gun at him. As police attempted to dispatch medical personnel to the scene for Bradley, he allegedly became more irate and attempted to physically push officers out of his way, and Bradley then refused verbal commands including when he was told he was being taken into custody. Officers were able to subdue Bradley. Bradley did receive medical treatment for the minor injury to his face at Milford Bayhealth Hospital and later released. Bradley was then charged with Resisting Arrest, Menacing and Disorderly Conduct. Bradley was arraigned and later released on $2000 unsecured bond. (Source: Milford Police)

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On December 25, 2012, the Milford Police arrested and charged a 26-year-old Milford woman stemming from a domestic incident that occurred at Brightway Commons Apartment Complex at 9:55pm. Nena Rice was charged with Harrasment (2 counts) and Disorderly Conduct. Milford police repot receiving a information about a disorderly female in the parking lot of the complex yelling and screaming profanities in front of an apartment where the 35-year-old male victim and the 30-year-old female victim were inside of trying to lure them outside. This allegedly stemmed from a dispute earlier in the evening at a different location in which Rice was involved in with the 35-year-old male. Rice was contacted then by Police and advised what proper legal steps to take in order to get the dispute resolved and failed to do so. Rice was arraigned and later released on $1500 unsecured bond.  (Source: Milford Police)

 

 

 

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