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17 Arrested in Harrington Fugitive Roundup

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HARRINGTON, Del.- Harrington police say they took 17 people into custody Tuesday during a fugitive sweep. 

According to the department, officers from the Felton, Greenwood, Wyoming, Smyrna, Clayton police departments, as well as Probation & Parole, assisted in arresting the following individuals:  

  • William H. Moore, 44, of Harrington, was arrested on a capias for failure to pay on charges of failure on traffic charges. He was arraigned and released on unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Charles F. Shorts, 37, of Harrington, was arrested on outstanding traffic charges.  He was arraigned and committed to SCI in default of $500 secured bond. 
  • Alison Vadakin, 21, of Harrington, was arrested on a capias for charges related to the theft of a motor vehicle.  She was arraigned and released on $569 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Breanna Gancos, 31, of Dover, was arrested on a capias for outstanding traffic charges.  She was arraigned and released on $100 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Robert Lankford, 39, of Harrington, was arrested on charges of driving while suspended or revoked. He was arraigned and released on $100 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Somur Jarrell, 29, of Harrington, was arrested for failure to pay outstanding traffic fines. She was arraigned and released on $350 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Theresa Groves, 64, of Harrington, was arrested on charges of receiving stolen property and second-degree conspiracy.  She was arraigned and released on $200 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Therion Reese, 50, of Harrington, was arrested on charges of failure to pay on traffic charges and failure to pay on drug charges.  He was released on $50 cash bond and $209 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Renell Carter, 45, of Harrington, was arrested on charges of failure to pay on outstanding traffic charges.  She was released on $70 cash bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Zonel Mann, 24, of Harrington, on outstanding traffic charges. She was released on $50 unsecured bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Brent Milton, 47, of Harrington, was arrested on a capias for outstanding traffic charges.  He was arraigned and committed to SCI in default of $87 cash bond.
  • Dustin Sharp, 27, of Harrington, was arrested on outstanding traffic charges and a theft charges.  He was released on $190 cash bond pending a future court appearance.
  • Aja Freeman, 34, of Harrington, was arrested on outstanding traffic charges.  She was committed to SCI in default of $220 secured bond.
  • Tyler Murray, 19, of Harrington, was arrested on outstanding traffic charges.  He was released on a payment agreement with Court 7.
  • Berlinda Rousseau 18, of Harrington, was arrested on failure to appear for criminal trial.  She was released on $250 unsecured bond.  
  • Laura Greenly 31, of Harrington, was arrested on outstanding traffic charges.  She was released on a payment agreement with Court 7.
  • Christopher Santiago, 31, of Harrington, was arrested for violation of probation, third-degree criminal trespass, theft over $1,500 and attempted theft under $1,500.  He was committed to SCI in default of $6,500 secured bond. 
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