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Harrington Police Arrest Two After Allegedly Lying To Officers

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HARRINGTON, Del. -  Harrington Police say they arrested two subjects after they lied to officers on a traffic stop.

According to reports, at around 4:29 PM on Friday, officers stopped a vehicle on South DuPont Highway, in the area of Corn Crib Road, for a traffic violation. Latoya Sammons, 23, of Wilmington, allegedly gave the officers her identification, but Michael Carroll, 28, of New Castle, could not provide any identification, and gave authorities a false name. Sammons reportedly refused to cooperate with police as well.

Police say both suspects were taken into custody, and were transported to the Harrington Police Department for processing. Both were reportedly issued Criminal Summons for Criminal Impersonation and were released pending a future court appearance.

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