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Pair Charged In Numerous Burglaries

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FRANKFORD, Del. (AP) - Delaware State Police say two Dagsboro residents have been charged in more than 20 burglaries throughout Sussex County.
    
Twenty-one-year-old Joseph D. Snead was arrested Jan. 9 and charged with 114 offenses, including burglary and theft. He is being held on $153,700 secured bond.
    
Thirty-year-old Nakeisha Thomas was arrested Monday and charged with 140 offenses. She is being held on $39,000 secured bond.
    
Troopers say the burglaries occurred from November into January. Authorities said the suspects broke glass windows with objects found outside the homes and stole jewelry, cash, and electronic devices.

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