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Harrington Teenagers Arrested for Stolen Vehicle; Search for Driver

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HARRINGTON, Del. - Two teenagers were arrested after Harrington police stopped a stolen motor vehicle following a chase.

According to officers, on July 27 at 11:24 p.m., police were conducting traffic enforcement on South DuPont Highway in the area of Shaw Avenue.

After an officer conducted a registration check on a vehicle and the vehicle was reported stolen by Delaware State Police.

The officer  attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver started to lead officers on a pursuit. The vehicle traveled northbound on South DuPont Highway and then onto Mid-State Road.

Police say the vehicle eventually came to a stop on Andrews Lake Road after police utilized stop sticks to deflate the vehicle’s tires.

Delaware State Police say there were three occupants in the vehicle and all three fled on foot.

Police were able to take a passenger, Zion Shrouder, 15, of Dover, into custody along with another passenger Terrence J. Mears, 16, of Dover after obtaining warrants for his arrest. 

Shrouder was transported to the Harrington Police Department for processing and charged with receiving stolen property, conspiracy third-degree and resisting arrest. He was released to the custody of his parents.  

On July 28, Mears along with his parents turned himself into the Harrington Police Department and also charged with receiving stolen property, conspiracy third-degree and resisting arrest. He was also released to the custody of his parents.

Police are still searching for the driver of the vehicle.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Harrington Police Department at 302-398-4493, ext. 41 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.        

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