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Milford Woman Charged for Violating Court Order

Posted: 07/21/2017 12:56:00 -04:00 Updated:
Veronica L. Hurtt, 29 ; Photo Credit: Milford Police Department Veronica L. Hurtt, 29 ; Photo Credit: Milford Police Department

 MILFORD, Del. -- The Milford Police Department are reporting an arrest  of a Milford woman after violating a no contact order and shoplifting.

Police reported to the unit block of Northwest 2nd Street around 4:10 Thursday morning, after a call of unlawful contact. Investigators say Veronica Hurtt, 29, attempted to enter a person's home, in which she was legally ordered not to earlier this month. A no contact order was issued July 12th by the Kent County Court of Common Pleas prohibiting contact. Hurtt was charged with breach of release and was presented at the Justice of the Peace Court #7 in Dover, where bail was set at $1000.00 unsecured, along with another no contact order with the victim.

Upon her release Thursday morning, officers received another call from the victim saying Hurtt returned to the residence and broke in. Hurrt reportedly damaged several personal items before fleeing the scene. Police were unable locate Hurtt at the time of arrival, but were later called to a shoplifting report at a Dollar General on Route 113, where the suspect described to police fit Hurtt's description. Police arrested Hurtt moments later in the area of West Street and Northwest 6th Street. She was taken to the Justice of the Peace Court #2 and charged with Burglary Second Degree, Harassment, Criminal Mischief, and two counts of Breach of Release. Bail set at  $6500.00 secured, along with an additional no contact order with the victim. For the incident at Dollar General incident bail was set at $550.00 unsecured, along with a no contact order with Dollar General.  Hurtt was transported to the Sussex Correctional Institution and turned over to the custody of the Delaware Department of Correction.

 

 

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