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5 Arrested in Separate Burglary Investigations

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Matthew Miller (left) and Kimberly Parsons (right) Photo: Delaware State Police Matthew Miller (left) and Kimberly Parsons (right) Photo: Delaware State Police
Sheila Quebral (left), Damien Andell (center) and Kevin Andell (right) Photo: Delaware State Police Sheila Quebral (left), Damien Andell (center) and Kevin Andell (right) Photo: Delaware State Police

SUSSEX COUNTY, Del. - Delaware State Police detectives arrest five people in connection with two separate strings of burglaries.

According to state police, 36-year-old Matthew Miller and 44-year-old Kimberly Parsons, both of Millsboro, were arrested May 3 following an investigation into a series of burglaries.

Troopers said similarities were discovered between some burglaries that were committed between the beginning of December, 2015 and the middle of March, 2016 from Millsboro to Ocean View.

State police said the suspects would break into sheds and remove items like chainsaws, power tools and generators before taking them to pawn shops for cash.

Troopers said these burglaries happened while Parsons was doing her job as a newspaper delivery person while Miller rode along with her.

According to troopers, Parsons was charged with two counts of 3rd Degree Burglary, 2 counts of 2nd Degree Conspiracy, 3 counts of Theft, 2 counts of Criminal Mischief, Selling Stolen Property and Falsifying Records. Police said she is being held on $11,500 secured bond.

State police said Miller was charged with 2nd Degree Burglary, 4 counts of 3rd Degree Burglary, 3rd Degree Attempted Burglary, 6 counts of 2nd Degree Conspiracy, 5 Counts of Theft and 6 counts of Criminal Mischief. Police said Miller is being held on $31,200 secured bond.

During a separate investigation, 46-year-old Sheila Quebral, 28-year-old Damien Andell and 49-year-old Kevin Andell, all of Millsboro, were arrested May 4 after an investigation into numerous car burglaries.

According to state police, detectives began looking into similarities between some of the burglaries that happened between the middle of March and the end of April. Troopers said a series of thefts from cars were happening in the Gumboro and Millsboro areas.

Troopers said the suspects would break into cars and steal items like GPS devices, cash, wallets, and firearms. Police said the suspects would then go to pawn shops to exchange the items for money.

Troopers said Damien Andell was charged with 2nd Degree Burglary, 9 counts of 3rd Degree Burglary, 3 counts of Theft of a Firearm, 3 counts of 2nd Degree Conspiracy, Theft of a Motor Vehicle, 9 counts of Theft, Unlawful Use of a Credit Card, Criminal Mischief and 3rd Degree Criminal Trespass. Police said he is being held on $66,500 secured bond.

According to state police, Kevin Andell was charged with 4 counts of 3rd Degree Burglary, Theft of a Firearm, 3 counts of 2nd Degree Conspiracy, and 4 counts of Theft. police said he is being held on $26,000 secured bond.

State police said Sheila Quebral was charged with 4 counts of 3rd Degree Burglary, Theft of a Firearm, 3 counts of 2nd Degree Conspiracy, 6 counts of Theft, 2 counts of Falsifying Business Documents and 2 counts of Selling Stolen Property. Police said she is being held on $32,000 cash bond.

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