Three Arrested In Connection With Burglaries

Delaware State Police

Delaware State Police Detectives have arrested three people in connection with numerous burglaries and thefts that occurred in southern Kent County.

According to police, Earlier this month Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit at Troop 3 began investigating a series of burglaries that were occurring in the Felton, Milford, Houston, and Farmington areas. Police state that these incidents, which began in mid-March, occurred primarily during the daylight hours as the suspects would forcibly enter the residences and remove jewelry, cash, and electronic devices. The suspects would then take the merchandise to a local pawn shops where they would receive cash for the items.

The Delaware State Police publicly released that through the course of the investigation and interviews, Dustin Z. Crew, Michael A. Rebuck, and Sierra L. Young had been linked to the burglaries that were committed in southern Kent County after a citizen was able to provide investigators with a registration number to a vehicle observed in the area of one of the burglaries. Police state that detectives obtained warrants on the three and initially took Michael Rebuck and Sierra Young into custody on Tuesday, April 30 without incident and charged them with the crimes listed below. Rebuck was arraigned on his charges and committed to JTVCC in default of secured bond and Young was released on an unsecured bond. Dustin Crew was taken into custody on Friday May 10th and charged with the listed crimes below. He was incarcerated at JTVCC on $70,000.00 secured bond.

Defendant, Charges and Bond Information:

Dustin Z. Crew, 23, Camden, DE (Photo Attached, brown hair)
Burglary 2nd (9 counts)
Theft of a Firearm
Theft (F) (10 counts)
Conspiracy 2nd (2 counts)
Conspiracy 3rd (2 counts)
Criminal Mischief (6 counts)

Arraigned at JP2 and committed to James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $70,000.00 secured bond.

Michael A. Rebuck, 38, Milford, DE (Photo Attached, balding)
Burglary 2nd (9 counts)
Theft of a Firearm
Theft (10 counts)
Conspiracy 2nd (2 counts)
Theft by False Pretense (2 counts)
Receiving Stolen Property (2 counts)
Selling Stolen Property (2 counts)
Conspiracy 3rd (2 counts)
Criminal Mischief (6 counts)

Arraigned at JP2 and committed to James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $70,000.00 secured bond.

Sierra L. Young, 19, Houston, DE (Photo Attached)
Theft by False Pretense (2 counts)
Receiving Stolen Property (2 counts)
Selling Stolen Property (2 counts)
Conspiracy 2nd

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