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Harrington Traffic Stop Leads to Gun Arrest

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Trequon T. Seth Trequon T. Seth

HARRINGTON, Del.- Harrington police say a traffic stop led to the arrest of a 19-year-old Dover man for carrying a concealed firearm.

Police said that on Tuesday an officer was traveling on US Route 13 in the area of Porter Street he noticed a vehicle in front of him that did not have a registration plate light. Authorities said the officer stopped the vehicle and while talking with the driver, identified as Trequon T. Seth, the officer could smell an odor of marijuana.

A consent search was given to the officer who located a loaded handgun hidden in a bookbag inside the vehicle, according to police.

Seth was charged with carrying a concealed deadly weapon/firearm and failure to have registration plate light. Police said Seth was also found to be wanted out of the Kent County Family Court for failure to pay on a conspiracy arrest, along with another warrant out of the Kent County Court of Common Pleas for failure to pay on a disorderly conduct arrest.

Seth was issued a $1,010 unsecured bond for the carrying a concealed deadly weapon/firearm and failure to have a registration plate light. He was also issued a $145 unsecured bond on his failure to pay warrants. He was released pending a future court date at the Kent County Court of Common Pleas.

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