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Del. Man Wanted for More Than a Year Arrested

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HARTLY, Del.- Delaware State Police troopers say they have arrested a Dover man who had been wanted for more than a year and charged him with numerous offenses including burglary and theft.

Thirty-two-year-old Donald M. Cales was taken into custody Thursday at a home located on the 800 block of Brittney Lane in Hartly. Troopers said the earliest incident he is wanted in stemmed from an argument in June 2011. Police said Cales threatened a neighbor and a female relative and fled from authorities in a pickup truck.

He was also wanted on charges of stealing tools from a construction site and a home in Hartly as well as tools and copper wire from construction vehicles. Troopers attempted to stop Cales on traffic offenses in December but he again fled.

For the aforementioned incidents, Cales was charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, five counts of theft over $1,500, theft of a motor vehicle, second-degree conspiracy, criminal mischief under $1,000, two counts of terroristic threatening, two counts of offensive touching, two counts of resisting arrest, disregarding a police officer's signal, third-degree criminal trespass and numerous traffic charges. For these charges, he was ordered held on $27,109 secured bail. He was also arraigned on charges from the Dover, Harrington and Smyrna police departments, and the Kent County Superior Court. He was also wanted by the Queen Ann's County (Md.) Sheriff's Office.

 

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