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Police Charge Man in Sandwich Factory Burglary

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GEORGETOWN, Del. – Georgetown police say they charged an 18-year-old man with burglary and theft following an incident at the First State Sandwich Factory last week.

Sean Carter of Georgetown was released on $750 unsecured bond with a future court date to answer to charges of third-degree burglary, criminal mischief and theft.

According to police, officers were summoned to the restaurant around 8:46 a.m. on Sept. 24 for the report of a burglary, Upon arrival, they discovered someone had kicked in the rear door, entered and removed food items.

Through investigation, police learned that several hours earlier at around 1 a.m., officers had made contact with Carter regarding a welfare complaint. He was found passed out in the area of Carriage Lane, police said. That is when they say they discovered deli-style food in the pocket of the sweatshirt Carter was wearing. Police were unaware of the burglary at the First State Sandwich Factory at that time.

On Tuesday police brought Carter in for questioning about the burglary. According to police, Carter stated he did not remember anything about the burglary and could offer no explanation for the food items responding officers had found in his sweatshirt.

A court date for Carter has not yet been set.

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