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Milford Police Arrest Two After Smashing Car Windows and Lights

Posted: Jun 06, 2018 9:38 PM Updated:

MILFORD, Del.- Milford police arrested two Delaware men after they said the pair damaged another person's car.

Police responded to a home on the 6100 block of Shawnee Road early Saturday morning. According to police, the victim at the home said two men came to the house and smashed the windows and lights to the victim's car with baseball bats.

The pair was identified as Devon Lefever, 20, of Milford, and Jose Arroyo-Camacho, 18, of Lincoln. The victim also told police that this  followed a prior incident between the three people.

Police said they obtained warrants for the two men, but they turned themselves in later that day.

They were both charged with criminal mischief, among others, and were released on bail with no contact order from the victim.

Lefever and Arroyo-Camacho are scheduled to appear in the Sussex County Court of Common Pleas at a later date.

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