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Man Arrested After Several Incidents at Milford Walmart

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MILFORD, Del. - After a brief chase, Milford Police Department arrested and charged a man in early December in connection with several incidents at Walmart in October and November.  

According to Milford Police, Devon A. Scott was charged with multiple counts of forgery, theft by false pretense under $1500, and receiving stolen property under $1500.  He also faces charges for resisting arrest after he attempted to run from officers when they responded to a residence on the 500 block of Holly Hill Road in Milford to make an arrest.  

Police say the investigation revealed that on multiple occasions, Scott entered Walmart in possession of stolen checks. Scott forged the stolen checks in order to purchase merchandise from the store.

Scott was arraigned and released on $11,000 unsecured bond.
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