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Harrington Police Say Drunk Man Walking Arrested for Missing Court Date

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Harrington Police Department finds Henry A. Nutter, 45, Tuesday on South DuPont Highway after missing his court date. Harrington Police Department finds Henry A. Nutter, 45, Tuesday on South DuPont Highway after missing his court date.

HARRINGTON, Del.– Harrington police say they arrested a man for missing his court date, after finding him walking on South DuPont Highway Tuesday.

Police charged Henry A. Nutter, 45, of Harrington, for failure to appear at the Kent County Family Court for criminal charges. He was ordered held in the Sussex Correctional Institute on $250 bond.

Citizens contacted police about a suspicious, drunk man walking near the Valero gas station in the 17000 block of South DuPont Highway, according to authorities. When officers found Nutter, they said he matched the description of the suspect.

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