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Del. Burglar Arrested with Over 100 Pieces of Jewelry

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NEW CASTLE, Del. - New Castle County Police have arrested a man in connection to six burglaries in numerous New Castle communities.

Police said they arrested 22-year-old Darron Crean who was found in possession of burglar tools.  Police said their investigation revealed that Crean would ride through neighborhoods on his bicycle and commit the burglaries.  A search warrant of Crean's home revealed over 100 pieces of stolen jewelry.  Crean has been linked to several to six burglaries that took place between September and November

Darron Crean is facing numerous charges including six county of 2nd degree burglary, and theft of a firearm.  Crean was arraigned and committed to the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution in lieu of $85,00 cash bail.
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