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Man Arrested On Attempted Burglary Charges In Harrington

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Albert Carter, Jr. 32 of Dover Albert Carter, Jr. 32 of Dover

HARRINGTON, Del. - A local police department reportedly stopped a burglary in progress. Harrington Police say on Thursday, they responded to a trespassing call on Dorman Street, where they found Albert Carter, Jr. 32 of Dover, and Stephen Lemmons, 24, of Harrington.

An investigation revealed that Carter has been evicted from the property, and wasn't allowed there. Both were taken into custody. Lemmons was issued a Criminal Summons for Trespass Third Degree and released.

While officers were searching Carter, they say they found 10 Oxycodone pills and drug paraphernalia on him, and they also figured out that he was wanted for not paying a traffic charge.

Carter was charged with 2nd degree attempted burglary, possess or consume a controlled or counterfeit substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held at Sussex Correctional Institute on $5,000.

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