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Saturday, November 05, 2011

Tips From Community Lead To Couple Charged In 8 Sussex County Burglaries

·        Donovan Smith Mobile Home Park, Lewes, DE

Date of Occurrences:
·        Between October 26-November 1, 2011

·        8 victims (8 residences)

Defendant(s)/Charges(s)/Bond Information:
·        Lindsey Iglesias-26 of Lewes, DE (photo attached wf)
·        Lee G. Brooks-29 of Rehoboth, DE (photo attached wm)
·        76 total charges related to Burglary Second Degree, Theft, Criminal Mischief, Possession of Burglar Tools, and Conspiracy.
·        Iglesias-Released on $47,850 Unsecured Bond
·        Brooks-Committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on $47,850 Secured Bond.

Lewes-The Delaware State Police Troop 4 Property Unit Detectives have charged a Rehoboth man and Lewes woman in connection with 8 residential burglaries that took place between October 26 and November 1, 2011 in the Donovan Smith Mobile Home Park, Lewes, DE.

Delaware State Police Detectives have charged Lindsey Iglesias-26 and Lee G. Brooks-29 with a total of 76 charges related to Burglary Second Degree, Theft, Criminal Mischief, Possession of Burglar Tools, and Conspiracy.  Iglesias was released on $47, 850 Unsecured Bond and Lee was committed to Sussex Correctional Institution on $47, 850 Secured Bond.

The arrest of couple occurred on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at approximately 9:40 a.m. when Troopers responded to the area of the 16000 block of Grandview Street after vigilant community members contacted the State Police after observing the couple acting suspicious in the area.  Troopers took them into custody and through further investigation determined that they had burglarized an unoccupied residence on Grandview Street and were also sleeping and staying in the residence.  Troop 4 Property Unit Detectives joined the investigation and were able to connect Iglesias and Lee for their involvement in recent burglaries that took place in the Donovan Smith Mobile Home Park.  Lee would forcibly enter the residences, while Iglesias remained outside as a lookout.  Once inside, Lee would remove flat screen televisions, video game systems, and other property. 

The Delaware State Police would like to thank the public for their continued support, involvement, and vigilance in providing information and reporting suspicious persons and activity.


We understand that Mr, Ireton has been sending e-mail messages in support of the referendum petition pertaining to the City Attorney from the “Iretonformayor” account.

Once again, emulating his idol Obama. Both have much better things to do.

Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release

The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office has obtained an arrest warrant for 45 year old, David Andrew Harris for violations of laws that pertain to his status as registered sex offenders.

The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office is seeking 45 year old, David Andrew Harris, his last known address was 507 Philadelphia Ave, Apt # 2 Ocean City Md. 21842. He is a Tier 2 sex offender wanted for failing to re-register as a sex offender within three days of moving to a new location. Mr. Harris is wanted in Delaware for numerous unrelated matters.

To offer information regarding this investigation please contact the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office at 410-632-1111. Tipsters may also call to provide information through lines maintained by Maryland Crime Solvers at 410-548-1776.


Main St Gym as you know, is a non-profit that has work with kids for 25yrs in the community. We have done a number of shows in the past, but only one at our new facility at 310 Bowl Dr. These shows are a huge part of our program for a number of reasons. First, they give both our kids and kids from other places a chance to showcase their skills and talents they have worked so hard to obtain and it is the experience they will need to rise up through the sport in their hunt to reach the Olympics. It is especially nice when you can do it in your home town in view of family and friends. Second, it is a main source of generating revenue so the gym can continue to run. Third, it provides good exciting and clean entertainment for our community and can serve to bring new kids into our program. So, as you can see this show and future shows are very important to our program.
What: Amateur Boxing event "Fight Time at Main St Gym"
Where: Main St Gym 310 Bowl Dr, off Northwood Dr.
When : Sat. Nov 5th
Time: doors open at 6:30pm
Tix; Adult presale $15 Call 410-430-6687, Adult $20 at door , 12yrs and under $10
Who: Boxer from the Main St Gym as well as boxers from Va MD DC Jr div, Novice Div and open div.
Note; Music, food, Ringside tables available, Sponsorship is still available and welcome.

Forum Exposes Official Side Of Bullying

When bullying is reported in a school, the consequences can be immediate: an intervention process begins followed in some instances by criminal prosecution.

But what happens when a teacher or administrator is part of the problem?


Woman Facing 104 Counts Of Animal Cruelty Petitions To Have Cats Returned

The Lewistown woman charged with animal cruelty after nearly 90 cats were removed from her house filed a petition in Frederick County District Court asking to have the remaining animals returned, Animal Control Director Harold Domer said Wednesday.

A hearing is scheduled for Nov. 16 to determine if the cats will be returned to Kimberly Ann McMillian-Stakes, 47, who is charged with 104 counts of animal cruelty. She was released from the Frederick County Adult Detention Center on Tuesday after posting $15,000 bail, according to court documents.


Anonymous Won't Expose 'Servants' Of Mexico's Zetas Cartel

Latin American members of the activist hacker group Anonymous called off a planned November 5 plan to expose people associated with the Zetas, Mexico's most violent drug cartel, according to the group's blog.

In a post written in Spanish on the group's Latin American blog, the members said they had called off the action after the Zetas met a demand to release a kidnapped group member, and that: "We can say that, while bruised, he is alive and well."


Obama And The Imperceptible Recovery

Friday’s jobs report offered yet more evidence of an infuriatingly glacial recovery. The U.S. economy added 80,000 jobs in October, nudging unemployment down one tenth of a percent to 9.0%. Economic minds wiser than mine observed some bright spots in the report. But the basic fact remains that while sputtering back into recession is unlikely, at this point, accelerating into recovery is every bit as improbable:


Former '60 Minutes' Commentator Andy Rooney Dies

Andy Rooney so dreaded the day he had to end his signature "60 Minutes" commentaries about life's large and small absurdities that he kept going until he was 92 years old.

Even then, he said he wasn't retiring. Writers never retire. But his life after the end of "A Few Minutes With Andy Rooney" was short: He died Friday night, according to CBS, only a month after delivering his 1,097th and final televised commentary.