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Updated: Del. Rape Suspect Surrenders to Police

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Kaleb C. Zadroga Kaleb C. Zadroga

MAGNOLIA, Del.- A 21-year-old Magnolia man wanted on rape and related charges has turned himself into to authorities.  

Delaware State Police said Kaleb C. Zadroga surrendered to detectives at Troop 3 on Wednesday evening, May 29, after a press release was put out informing the public he was wanted. He was charged with with first-degree rape, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, first-degree unlawful imprisonment and terroristic threatening and ordered held in default of $154,000 secured bond.

Troopers said Zadroga was wanted in connection with an incident that police said occurred May 7 at the home of an 18-year-old female victim. Investigators said the victim and Zadroga knew one another through a mutual friend and while at the victim's home, Zadroga sexually assaulted her while holding a knife to her neck. 

 

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