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On Sunday, August 4 at approximately 5:40am the Milford Police Department Patrol Division responded to the 200 block of North Street for a disorderly person complaint. Police state that officers made contact with Mario Webb (36) of Milford was found to be wanted out of Sussex Family Court and Sussex Court of Common Pleas for failure to pay on fines and child support. Webb was committed to Sussex Correctional Institute in lieu of $33,350 cash only bond.

On Saturday, August 3 at approximately 9:00pm the Milford Police Department Patrol division responded to the area of North Street and Northwest Front Street for a report of a suspicious person. Police state that officers made contact with Oscar Williams (36) of Milford. Mr. Williams was wanted by the Milford Police Department for a series of theft and shoplifting charges. Mr. Williams had committed several offenses between two area businesses starting from July 13, 2013 through August 2, 2013. Mr. Williams was charged with 5 counts of Theft by False Pretense under $1,500, 3 counts of Criminal Trespass 2nd degree, 2 counts of Criminal Trespass 3rd degree, 1 count of shoplifting under $1,500, 1 count of Conspiracy 3rd degree, two counts of Breach of release, and 1 count of attempted theft by false pretense, he was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. Mr. Williams was committed to Sussex Correctional institute on $2,000 secured bond.

On Saturday, August 3 the Milford Police department Patrol Division and Criminal Division arrested and charged a 24 year old Milford man in connection with burglaries that occurred between April 29, 2013 and July 18, 2013. Joseph Pappert was charged with 1 count of Burglary 3rd, 1 count of Burglary 2nd, 2 counts of Theft under $1,500, 3 count of Conspiracy 2nd, and 1 count of Criminal Mischief. Mr. Pappert was also charged with Theft of items from a cemetery, 1 count of conspiracy 3rd and Theft under $1,500 where the victim is over the age of 62. Mr. Pappert was transported to Sussex Correctional Institute after he failed to post $8,500 secured bond.

On Saturday, August 3 the Milford Police Department Patrol Division and Criminal Division arrested and charged a 28 year old Milford man in connection with burglaries that occurred between April 29, 2013 and July 18, 2013. Ivray Sauls Jr. was charged with Burglary 2nd degree, Burglary 3rd degree, 2 counts of theft $1,500 or greater, 2 counts of Conspiracy 2nd degree and Criminal Mischief. Mr. Sauls was transported to Sussex Correctional Institute after he failed to post $7,000 secured bond.

On Monday, August 5 the Milford Police Department Patrol Division arrested and charged a 49 year old Milford Man for an incident that occurred on 07-07-2013. Charles D. Jones was charged with 2 counts of Conspiracy 3rd. degree, two counts of Theft by False Pretense under $1,500, and one count of Shoplifting under $1,500. Mr. Jones was released on $2,500 unsecured bond.

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