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Ellendale Police Arrest Wanted Lewes Man During Traffic Stop

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ELLENDALE, Del.- Ellendale Police arrest traffic violator wanted on two outstanding warrants.

Police say shortly before 10 p.m. Friday night, Melvin N. Jones (58), of Lewes failed to stop at a stop sign. 

Officers say a traffic stop was initiated for the violation and Jones refused to stop and continued leading the Officer on a short pursuit in to the New Hope Road Development.

Ellendale police says Jones was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, driving while revoked, failure to stop on the command of a police officer and resisting arrest. 

Jones was wanted on (2) Outstanding Court Capias Warrants and Driving While Revoked, according to police.

Jones was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institute in Georgetown on secured bond.

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